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POSSIBLE TO HIDE MOTION OBJECTS WHILE RUNNING MOTION ANIMATION

POSSIBLE TO HIDE MOTION OBJECTS WHILE RUNNING MOTION ANIMATION

POSSIBLE TO HIDE MOTION OBJECTS WHILE RUNNING MOTION ANIMATION

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Anyone know if it's possible to hide motion related objects while running a motion simulation. Trying to record video for a presentation and my boss thinks it's an eyesore.



RE: POSSIBLE TO HIDE MOTION OBJECTS WHILE RUNNING MOTION ANIMATION

Hi,
I have no more access to an advanced simulation licence at this time, but I think that you can find this setting with right mouse button in the simulation navigator.

Regards
Didier Psaltopoulos
http://www.psi-cad.fr

RE: POSSIBLE TO HIDE MOTION OBJECTS WHILE RUNNING MOTION ANIMATION

Hide it before you start the animation.

There should be no need to display it during the animation ,- Or ?

Regards,
Tomas

RE: POSSIBLE TO HIDE MOTION OBJECTS WHILE RUNNING MOTION ANIMATION

Oops, you are right Tomas, It's so simple

Regards
Didier Psaltopoulos
http://www.psi-cad.fr

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