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process visibility error

Post Posted: 10.05.2011 10:04

Hi,

there should be a cutout at the end of the beam indicated with red lines (please see attachment).

That does exist (see the last line in processes dialog) but isn't visible. It's ok if added as first. I really woudn't like to delete every other processes nor start over from beginning.

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Re: process visibility error

Post Posted: 10.05.2011 12:07

Try to move the process in the list (buttons with triangle).
Without the original position I cannot say more but in most cases this is a precission problem which cannot be solved easy.
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Re: process visibility error

Post Posted: 10.05.2011 12:34

Doesn't move though i pushed the triangle button several times quite hard ;)
As well the upper process doesn't move downward of the last line.

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Re: process visibility error

Post Posted: 10.05.2011 12:53

Did you highlight the process before you pushed the up arrow?
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Re: process visibility error

Post Posted: 10.05.2011 14:32

Of course. Any lines beginning with ">" sign doesn't let it move.

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Re: process visibility error

Post Posted: 10.05.2011 14:39

I think that is because it is part of the process just above the one with the ">". You need to highlight the joint above and explode that joint. Then highlight and try to move up.
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Re: process visibility error

Post Posted: 10.05.2011 14:41

Any process with a "$" is still "attached" to another timber so that it will stay connected if you move the timber. You have to break that connection in order to move it in the process list, or edit.
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Re: process visibility error

Post Posted: 10.05.2011 14:57

Ok, i made the lines moving. But now some other process get invisible in specified order of lines.

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Re: process visibility error

Post Posted: 10.05.2011 15:05

One solution is to do the same thing using a different function, like notch.

There is more than one way to cut a timber in the program process box.
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Re: process visibility error

Post Posted: 11.05.2011 07:08

Thank you Jim. I see there are many ways pretty curved in D's.

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