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error on 'make current feature'

error on 'make current feature'

error on 'make current feature'

I have just updated a sketch which is extruded.
When I try to make a feature further down the tree current
I get an error message 'A deleted or invalid class id was used'.

Anyone know what this means?


RE: error on 'make current feature'

Can you make any other features current BEFORE the one that is giving you the error?

Personally, I would step through each feature one by one until I got the error, then call GTAC & have them look at the problem.

Tim Flater
Senior Designer
Enkei America, Inc.

RE: error on 'make current feature'

Sometimes those type of errors go away when you restart UG and reopen the part (emphasis on sometimes).

RE: error on 'make current feature'

Yes I could pick features before. It was the extrusion that was giving me grief.

I reopened the part and did exactly the same thing again.
This time no problem.
Just one of lifes little mysteries I guess.


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