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Electrical Harness Installation - Delete vs Delete Special
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Electrical Harness Installation - Delete vs Delete Special

Electrical Harness Installation - Delete vs Delete Special

(OP)
Hi,

What is the difference between "Delete" and "Delete Special" in Electrical Harness Installation?




Thanks!

CAD 2015

RE: Electrical Harness Installation - Delete vs Delete Special

If not used with flattening module, both delete are the same. This is all I know :)

RE: Electrical Harness Installation - Delete vs Delete Special

(OP)
Thanks!
bigsmile

CAD 2015

RE: Electrical Harness Installation - Delete vs Delete Special

Eric N.
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RE: Electrical Harness Installation - Delete vs Delete Special

(OP)
Thanks a lot, Itsmyjob!

CAD 2015

RE: Electrical Harness Installation - Delete vs Delete Special

Yes. "Delete Special" is a little like the option box you get when deleting a Sketch and selecting to also delete parents, children or aggregated.

https://res.cloudinary.com/engineering-com/image/upload/v1518774786/tips/delete_yqttcp.bmp

If you've used points to construct a Branchable and you delete that Branchable the points will stay with "Delete" but be removed with "Delete Special" as they were children of that Branchable.

RE: Electrical Harness Installation - Delete vs Delete Special

(OP)
Thanks, Kevin!

CAD 2015

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