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Ability to move "Detail View" circles after placement (after snapping to geometry)

Ketil_VollandKetil_Volland Member Posts: 22 ✭✭
After adding a Detail View circle to your drawing the circle can not be moved around if it was snapped to geometry in the view where it was added. In the image below I have added two detail view circles (B and C).


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  • Ketil_VollandKetil_Volland Member Posts: 22 ✭✭
    hmmmm

    I see I pushed save to fast :-)

    Here are further details:

    After adding a Detail View circle to your drawing the circle can not be moved around if it was snapped to geometry in the view where it was added. In the image below I have added two detail view circles (B and C).

    Circle C has snapped to the middle point in the groove and can only be moved to a new place if you grab the blue dot in the middle and then move it to another place where it can snap in place. The circle B can still be moved around, either by grabbing on to the circle (brown) or the blue dot in the middle. If you drag B around by holding the blue dot, it will snap if held over some geometry, and then it can not be moved unless it is held over some "new" geometry where it will snap in place. If you grab the brown circle it can be moved to another spot without snapping to geometry, it can still be moved around if a new location is desired.

    For circle C there could be two possible options.
    1.) If you grap the brown circle you can move and it releases itself from the snapping point
    2.) Or you could have a drop down when hovering over the "blue dot" asking if you want to release it from the snapping point.

    Best regards
    Ketil Volland


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