Issue When Trying To Use Constraint Manager

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Issue When Trying To Use Constraint Manager

Postby Vince Lisanti » Mon, Mar 09 2015, 11:20AM

I am having a problem with the constraint manager on various cabinets. It does not matter if it is from within the job or pulled out of existing library. I will attach a cabinet that it occurs on.

I try to take the deck from this cabinet and add two more holes to the bottom center for leg levelers and than take it into constraint manager to properly place them to stay centered for future resizing. When I resize the cabinet either they do not stay in the center or some other screwy thing happens like the cabinet deck stays the original size even though the rest of the cabinet is the new size and the joinery gets screwed up.
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Dell Precision M6500
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Re: Issue When Trying To Use Constraint Manager

Postby Vince Lisanti » Mon, Mar 09 2015, 11:43AM

Or I will get the error message that says:

"There was some problem while regenerating the Deck
Press Yes to lose part editor cuts or press no to revert to the old cabinet"
Dell Precision M6500
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NVIDIA Quadro FX 2800M
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Re: Issue When Trying To Use Constraint Manager

Postby Vince Lisanti » Mon, Mar 09 2015, 1:41PM

It also does this when using a cabinet from the standard cabinets folder.
Dell Precision M6500
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NVIDIA Quadro FX 2800M
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