I know how to change the background color, but when I close the program and repoen it, the background is again Gradient. Is it a way to make it permanent?
The way that I make the color change is:
1- Solid Edge options --> Colors -- > Background: White
2- View --> View Override --> Background --> Solid Edge Default
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You need to make these types of "perpetual" changes to each of your [.PAR, .PSM, .ASM] template files, for them to have these properties at each NEW files creation. [found in the Solid Edge installation folder on your "C:" drive]
[Note: this "View Stlye" is also stored in each file, so you'd need to adjust all existing files manually......recommend using the organizer to update them] [make sure your ".MTL" file is updated to the correct style....by opening the template[s], running the "<< Copy" from the right side "Default"]
Design Manager Streetscape Ltd
Solid Edge 2019 [MP7] Classic [x3 Seats - Cloud Enabled]
Windows 10 - Quadro P2000
As Sean illustrates, this is one of those PIA deals in SE.
It's really too bad we still need to COPY and SAVE these "styles" manually as well as individually, when we want to make a change. There needs to be a more effective and less time consuming way. We need more of Solid Edge's Dialog boxes to allow for "Save as Default" and have this propagate back to the Original Templates.
I also find opening up older files to see things vastly different then my current settings. So again it would nice to have a check box when opening a par, dft, or asm to UPDATE the Styles to the User's current settings. And take it a step further so that when opening an Assembly you can update All the Sub Assemblies, Parts, etc.
Think about what a pain it is now to Update an OLD Draft that is still sporting a 4 year old Title Block that's out of date.
You can also do this with the open save macro in the macro folder of solid edge.
I know it's really a PITA. But there are also some macro's available on the web if you look for it.
Hopefully SE changes this in future releases of SE.
@TheRealABear If the templates/files have a Gradient Background set, this is stored in the file and thus changing it is done per file and affects everyone who opens that file.
If the template/files have a Solid Background set, this then uses the users Background color that is set and is not stored with the file so each user can have their own solid background color preference.