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Deleting a Feature Window

Deleting a Feature Window

I must have inadvertently changed a preference... when deleting a feature I used to get the window that asks if I also want to delete referenced sketches.  Now when I delete a feature I don't get the window.  The feature is deleted and I have to go back to the feature tree and separately delete the sketch.  Anyone know where that option is to get that window back?  Thanks.

RE: Deleting a Feature Window

If you use pre-SW12 go to Tools > Options > System Options > Advanced and select the relevant message(s) to be reinstated.

If you use SW12, the messages are at Tools > Options > System Options > Messages/Errors/Warnings

RE: Deleting a Feature Window

Thanks very much, CBL.  That did it.


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