Display/Delete Relations PropertyManager
Relations PropertyManager appears when you click Display/Delete
Relations (Dimensions/Relations toolbar) or Tools, Relations,
When you select a relation from
the list, the appropriate sketch entities are highlighted in the graphics
area, along with the icons representing that relation. If Sketch Relations
Relations) is selected, all icons are displayed, but the icons
for the highlighted
appear in a different color.
Specifies which relations to display:
. Displays existing relations based on the selected Filter. When you select a relation from
the list, the names of the related entities are displayed under Entities and the sketch entity is highlighted
in the graphics area.
The status of external references
is displayed the same as in the FeatureManager design tree.
. Displays the status
of the selected sketch entity. If the relation was created within the
context of an assembly, the status can be Broken or Locked.
Suppresses the relation for the current configuration.
The name of the relation turns gray and the Information
status changes (from Satisfied
to Driven, for example).
last relation change . Deletes or replaces
the last action.
and Delete All. Deletes the selected
relations or deletes all the relations.
for external entities in assemblies:
Entity. Displays the entity name for
sketch entities in the Same Model
or External Model.
Owner. Displays the part to which the
sketch entity belongs
Owner and Assembly.
Displays the name of the top-level assembly where the relation was created
for sketch entities in an External Model.
Replace. Replaces the selected entity with another
entity. In the graphics area, select an entity for Entity
to replace the one selected above, and click Replace.
If the replacement is not appropriate, the status is Invalid.
For models with multiple configurations,
you can apply the selected relations to This configuration,
configurations. If you select Specify
configurations, select configurations
in the Configurations list. Click
All to select all the configurations
in the list. Click Reset to reset
the selections to the original settings.
Select Show PropertyManager when the
sketch becomes over defined or unsolvable to display the appropriate
PropertyManager, such as Circle,
so you can edit the sketch.
If the sketch
is over defined you can also use SketchXpert
to diagnose the problem and display different solutions.
Relation in 3D