Message 1 of 4
Sometimes all of the feature fillet edges fail and I am left wondering "now just which fillet was that"?
More recently I noticed if I select a Failed edge pick in the Fail Dialoge window, the error message window discloses some ID's ? . Thinking I was onto something I switched View Labels on.
Alas, the labels seem to be from another world altogether.
So here is question #1. (The others are subject to the answer). What is the relationship with Labels and object ID's as uses in the error dialogue?
Message 2 of 4
Each entity can belong to several different levels of geometry. The edge of a face for example can also be a member of a faceset, a closed solid and a feature. Therefore, the label displayed depends on your active filter setting.
Message 3 of 4
your explanation makes good sense and I have presumed the label prefix e = edge, f = face, etc.
However, when redefining a fillet, the filter automatically switches to Edge yet this does not assist in discovering where the old fillet was placed.
Further, the log window shows face to face ID's (presumably).
So, if identifying locations is possible via the labels, Id's etc. could you plese provide an explantion of the process.
Message 4 of 4
Firstly, note that the labels do not necessarily take you to the edges that the fillet is driven along - it could be other edges of the faces involved that now present a problem and the report is about the problems, not about the good bits.
To find an edge or any entity, use Enquire Entity. Type in the entity number, prefixed with a hash sign #
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