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control-shift-u

control-shift-u

control-shift-u

(OP)
I have been using nx8 for a few years, I just got a new computer and am now using nx12
control-B hides features and control-shift-u unhides them.
why in nx12 when I use control-shift-u it unhides and also un-trims any lines the I have previously trimmed?


Thanks,
Mike

RE: control-shift-u

It's not doing an un-trim, it's showing the original curves that you trimmed and were hidden.
Look at the trim curve dialog (see image) and the OOTB setting is to hide the original (input curves).

Anthony Galante
Senior Support Engineer



NX4 to NX CR with almost every MR (18versions)

RE: control-shift-u

(OP)
Anthony,

mine definitely untrims the curves, if I used the curves for anything in the model, it messes the model up.
when trimming using the discard button instead of the keep button it does not untrim anything.


Mike

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