Sometimes when a drawing is produced, the .cfg is in 'default, Solid Edge' mode and it hides some parts as shown in the attached image. And It prevents to unhide the parts. Then I have to select 'No selection' in .cfg cell, then it gives the chance to unhide thos parts.
Is there anyway that this issue can be avoided? Means the default view will always show all parts, don't hide any parts unless hidden in occurence property? Or is there any way that drawings will be created automatically 'No selection' in .cfg mode which will show all parts alwyas?
I want to be honored again to call @Tushar and @hawcad for suggesting me about the issue.
I think the default configuration displayed in a view's properties is the same which was specified when creating it.
This option is available in the drawing view wizard and also in the File Open dialog when picking the assembly for creating the view.
When I define a new assembly view it always comes in with the configuration set as "no selection". I spent a little time trying to make it default to something else but without success. When you define a view using the "Principal" button it takes on the config of the parent view.