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use a rule to change standard element to construction element.

use a rule to change standard element to construction element.

use a rule to change standard element to construction element.

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Hey All,

I've been messing with rules and formulas and was wondering if there is a way to change an element from standard to construction and vice versa using an IfThen statement.
Basically i want to have these points, in a sketch, that i can switch back and forth depending if I need them to show in 3D. (We will, at times, call out the XYZ of these points when drafting them.)
I can find out which points they are in the sketch and all that, but can not seem to find the variable to change to switch it, or if there is one.

Thanks,

SEan

RE: use a rule to change standard element to construction element.

I think the only way is to use a selection, select all points you want to switch and then with CATIA.StartCommand("Construction/Standard Element") change them to construction elements. This should be easily achieved by VBA or VBScript.

Tesak
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