I like a lot SE but there many half-baked solutions, commands. I mean program works good but its not a masterpiece. Sometimes it gets the job done much harder or I even must contrive how to do a thing which seemed to be easy and surely predicted by programmers.
For example: In draft environment, an edited, pink-highlighted line which was once created, doesnt cooperates with intellisketch any more . It should be like that as it is a drawing object. It would be useful -I would use it many times and it would make environment even more intuitive.
So tell me where can i report improvements, complaints like these? Are they going to be considered by programmers?
I don't think that student version users have access to the same support channels used for full Solid Edge. For users of the student version, this forum is not a bad place to voice enhancement requests. As Dylan suggested, being specific is helpful. Several people are watching this forum to see what students struggle with, and to help grow support for Solid Edge. Someone might be able to suggest an alternative method that will accomplish what you want. There is a good chance that what you are looking for would be useful to others, and someone like me would make a formal enhancement request in addition to your post here. ST6 is already in beta testing, but believe me, the Solid Edge developers do listen to suggestions. They make long lists of enhancement requests, and prioritize them when planning the next Solid Edge build. HTH, Jason Inglis
Jason Inglis The Charles Machine Works, Inc. Ditch Witch Perry, Oklahoma On 5/8/2013 2:06 PM, email@example.com wrote: > > The things I would like to do are now impossible but imho they should > exist. Where can i report it so se st6 could be better? > >
Jason is correct, both about enhancement requests and the need to post picture/video. Just because you CANNOT do something, does not mean it would be best practice, or even advisable, to do it if you could. The draft environment is very developed for this program, and if it works and updates (for the most part) satisfactorily for people building multi-million dollar products, chances are there is a correct method to do what you need to. If your problem turns out to be a limitation of the software, development WILL take notice of this. So, throw up more information about what you're trying to do!