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Other Missing Reference Messages

When an entity that was originally used to form a contour, region, closed or open group, or closed or open loop is missing, features such as lofts, sweeps, or boundaries fail. In these cases, **Error**<Sketch number> rather than **Missing** appears in the PropertyManager.

Select **Error**Sketch1 in the PropertyManager to highlight the failing sketch in this loft. Loft after you repair the sketch
For external references that are out-of-context (Feature name suffix shows as ->? ), **External**<Reference information> rather than **Missing** appears in the PropertyManager.
To set the color for missing external references, click Options > System Options > Colors . Under Color scheme settings, choose Selected Item 3.


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