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Pro/E 2001 Sketcher auto regen

Pro/E 2001 Sketcher auto regen

Pro/E 2001 Sketcher auto regen

When in sketcher mode, with Intent Manager on, Pro/E 2001 regenerates the sketch everytime I modify a dimension.  This a major pain when the new dimension is much different from the one generated by Intent Manager.  My 2000i student edition allowed me to regenerate all of the changes at once - after I was done.  Is there a check box or config file entry that will delay regeneration?

RE: Pro/E 2001 Sketcher auto regen

When you modify any dimension by picking Icon of modify & then selecting dimension/s then, there is a check box in the interface window. Check this After Selecting all the dim/s. then modify your dimesion/s and press "enter".
Nikhil Gothankar

RE: Pro/E 2001 Sketcher auto regen

If you select all the dimensions at once by drawing a box round them with the selection tool. Then hit the modify icon, tick the box marked lock scale change 1 of the dimesions to what you require. The whole skech will then be scaled. untick the lock scale box and modify the rest of the dimensions.

This is probably a more robust way of resolving your problem, as delaying the regeneration can cause other problems.



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