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Need better Display State tools

CBowersCBowers Member Posts: 50 PRO
edited November 2021 in Product Feedback
I've spent nearly a day and a half fixing display states because I had to add some new parts to an assembly. I often have a dozen or so display states and when an item is added after the display states are created I have to go through and hide the item in all the display states individually. The problem is further complicated because I have multiple configurations and I have to make sure those parts are also hidden in the different configurations when the display state is active. Something like a Display State configurator would be much appreciated, so that I could pick which display states I want the item to be shown or hidden in.
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    GWS50GWS50 Member Posts: 389 PRO
    I struggle with this too, especially when adding bolts all the mate connectors show up as well which is very dull
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    chandra_harshachandra_harsha Member Posts: 15 ✭✭
    I have the same issue @CBowers is facing. I have files with very large assemblies, and I use Display states in drawings as well. When one of my team members update in the assembly, and accidentally refreshes the drawing, it throws everything into disarray. Every time I have to update drawings, I have to verify display states all the time. I hope onshape sorts this out.
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    ge0rgege0rge Member Posts: 11 PRO
    edited May 6
    Was this ever addressed? Thanks!

    cc @NeilCooke

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