uncluttering the display

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    I just loaded up a program from a co-worker who will not be back for a week. The graphics window is showing dimension arrows and blue circles that are scaled to show departure from nominal.

    My question is how do I get them turned off? I can't seem to find the right location to change the cad display so I only see the measured points.

    Anyone?

    H
    Hilton Roberts

    "Carpe Cerveza"

  • #2
    In the dimension > graphical analysis, you want it off.

    I don't know what version you are but if you F9 it there should be a check box, you can also toggle it from the edit window in command mode.

    Craig
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    • #3
      Is it red deviation arrows?

      Edit-preferences-setup- show deviation arrows
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      • #4
        Thanks for the tips. I finally just got rid of the dimensions. You would think that a global change in the dimension info would allow you to turn the extra stuff off or on. Couldn't get the global change to change the way I wanted so just got rid of the dims. and then turned the box off in the dimension drop down.

        H
        Hilton Roberts

        "Carpe Cerveza"

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        • #5
          Edit/Graphics Display Window/Edit Feature Appearance

          you can turn on/off features and labels in there, select all or just the ones you want. you can also change the features color here.

          or go to the graphics display and right click on one of the tags and click 'hide all features' that will hide everything with one click or 'hide all IDs' and that will hide just the ID tags.

          if you click 'reset IDs' that will snap all the tags back to they're orignal position.


          EDIT: i think i read this too fast and missed the question... sowwie...
          Last edited by \v/inston; 08-08-2006, 01:01 PM.

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