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Pattern Setting

I started the pattern command for this image... I cannot remove, or move the image. How to remove this command.

http://screencast.com/t/TIr3L3BzjeIF

Thank You

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Re: Pattern Setting

Crousie,

I can't see much of what going on.....are you wanting to exit the pattern command, as in, it's locked up? or have created a pattern, and want to delete that pattern??
Sean Cresswell
Design Manager Streetscape Limited
Solid Edge ST9 [MP5] Classic [x2 seats]
Windows 10

Re: Pattern Setting

The pattern command is locked up... tried to go to the pattern command to
unlock nothing happened. Tried the coordinate system nothing happened
either.
While I have you! Is there a way to wire this wireless?
Not to be rude! I can't show you the drawing, at least not yet. Sorry!
Thank You

Re: Pattern Setting

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Hmm, not much can be done about a freeze up, as this usually relates to the PC. Restarting Solid Edge [or Windows] is probably the only available coure of action.
Not sure I follow about the wireless question....can you explain a bit further.

Understand not being able to show your work....I can only recommend duplicating your process & questions, to a show similar circumstance, on dumbed down and localised version of it, so we can hopefully offer a cleaner solution than perhaps might be offered otherwise.

Sean Cresswell
Design Manager Streetscape Limited
Solid Edge ST9 [MP5] Classic [x2 seats]
Windows 10

Re: Pattern Setting

Sean,
To answer your question about wireless. This tool is designed for people
with disability issues. I'm not interested in running wires.
Each button will have a led light installed internally. Solid Edge does not
have wireless solution. I want to show Solid Edge a completed project. With
this project is my first draft ever.
This is why showing this project off is an issue I have. Been tramped on to
many times with ideas.
http://screencast.com/t/cXmHNULm
Thank You

Re: Pattern Setting

Crousie, I think you need to show your entire Solid Edge screen when posting and provide a lot more information as to what you are attempting to do in Solid Edge. I am completely lost as to what your question is about or what you are attempting to do. Since you are using Jing, how about posting a short video capture of the entire Solid Edge app window showing what you are attempting?
Ken Grundey
Production: ST9 MP4
Testing: ST10

Re: Pattern Setting

Sean,
Well I guess the worm is out. This drawing is in the maken for 21/2 years.
This video is slow... So to explain, I noticed the drawing was flickering
while moving. That is what the question for wireless is used for. If you
notice the empty button has the yellow (hole), The LED goes here to light
the button. At the end of the video shows the hole. The whole tool will
light when touched

This tool is designed for the feet, as well as the computer keyboard. The
colored buttons on the button is braille.
The top is a 76 Key Piano.
I believe this is the farthest I can go.
Any suggestion on going farther.
http://screencast.com/t/c2ZfftFMeie
Thanks You

Re: Pattern Setting

Based on what you were showing and the bits of info I am gleaning from your posts, I have to ask the following: Are you trying to simulate in Solid Edge a person typing on the keys and the appropriate object lighting up for presentation purposes?
Ken Grundey
Production: ST9 MP4
Testing: ST10

Re: Pattern Setting

Sean,
For illustration yes... with there feet or hands. I'm not sure if the
showing is Solid Edge or my computer doing the flickering.

Re: Pattern Setting

I'm not Sean, I'm Ken. I believe that what you are attempting to do is best done in the ERA environment (Explode/Render/Animate). This is the environment for creating presentations where parts move and appear/disappear for presentation purposes. It is beyond a casual conversation to explain how to do this as you will have to work with motors for moving parts and fade in/out for highlighting parts and coordinate this using the timelines for all of it. This is of course if I'm understanding what you are attempting to do...
Ken Grundey
Production: ST9 MP4
Testing: ST10