2020 R2 Release_Follow up on Graphical Reporting

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  • 2020 R2 Release_Follow up on Graphical Reporting

    Did the Incorrect direction of the deviation lines get fixed? Using different styles of deviation arrows produced opposite directions when CAD Graphical is turned on.

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    sigpicTAU ALPHA PI INDIANA DELTA CHAPTER
    "Due to the highly confidential nature of my job, I am not allowed to know what I am doing" - author unknown

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    There was not enough time to put a fix into the released version so we are targeting it for SP1
    Neil Challinor
    PC-DMIS Product Owner

    T: +44 870 446 2667 (Hexagon UK office)
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      There is a troublesome addition to this issue. I scanned a plane. used legacy parallelism got .0005". looked at flatness and saw .0005". I turned on graphical and saw that there were some hits that should have been filtered but did not. I checked the part on a surface plate and the parallelism is .0002". I compared the indicator movement to the graphical and realized it was not fixed yet. i changed the registry setting and the arrows were pointing in the correct direction. but now the flatness value immediately changed to .0000". I decided to re-dimension the parallelism with the new GD&T and parallelism was .0002"....????
      I think I saw the dimension reported incorrectly when using legacy Parallelism and the lollipop graphical...
      sigpicTAU ALPHA PI INDIANA DELTA CHAPTER
      "Due to the highly confidential nature of my job, I am not allowed to know what I am doing" - author unknown

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        neil.challinor commented
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        From our initial investigations, it looks like it is a problem when doing graphical analysis of legacy dimensions. We are still investigating and will let you now when we have found the route cause and implemented a fix.

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