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hide mate connectors from derived

jonathan_knirschjonathan_knirsch Member Posts: 3 EDU

this doesnt work anymore, the eye is closed but the mate connector is still there

any idea?


  • NeilCookeNeilCooke Moderator, Onshape Employees Posts: 3,023
    edited June 2019
    Are you sure? Just tested.

    EDIT: You have to hide the Derived feature, not the part
  • jonathan_knirschjonathan_knirsch Member Posts: 3 EDU
    Thank you so much for your fast reply!
    i found the issue to be with the transform, if i do a transform that include the Mate Connectors, they will be displayed again, unless i hide the transform "feature"!
    I hope, that in case anyone else gets hung up with that, they'll find this and know what to do! :)

    best regards!
  • bill_danielsbill_daniels Member Posts: 269 ✭✭✭
    "Hide the Transform" helped me a lot.  This needs to be resolved somehow to avoid the frustration with mates which won't hide.
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