View Revisions: Issue #754

Summary 0000754: Sketcher doesn't report that a fully constrained sketch may have multiple (finite) solutions
Revision 2018-10-06 15:37 by abdullah
Steps To Reproduce 1) if you drag the "triangle" around the circle it goes most of the way around and then suddenly flips to the other side.... then if you keep the mouse pointer going around the circle, the triangle suddenly flips back again.
2) If you select the apex of the "triangle" and then set either one horizontal distance or one vertical distance constraint it says the sketch is fully constrained, which it is not. If you look at the screen shots attached you will see the two valid possible out comes for a vertical distance constraint. The error is the same type of thing if you set horizontal distance constraint
3) if you set lock constraint on the apex it complains of being over constrained ....which might or might not be the case.
4) this point happened the first two times I tried to set vertical distance constraint but after closing and reopening the file, I have not yet managed to get it to repeat. I will test further on this point. When the apex was one the right hand position of the two possible outcomes for vertical constraint on the apex, it inserted the correct vertical value but flipped the triangle over to the lower left hand side (the second possible outcome for that vertical constraint value)



Revision 2012-06-16 06:38 by jmaustpc
Steps To Reproduce
1) if you drag the "triangle" around the circle it goes most of the way around and then suddenly flips to the other side.... then if you keep the mouse pointer going around the circle, the triangle suddenly flips back again.
2) If you select the apex of the "triangle" and then set either one horizontal distance or one vertical distance constraint it says the sketch is fully constrained, which it is not. If you look at the screen shots attached you will see the two valid possible out comes for a vertical distance constraint. The error is the same type of thing if you set horizontal distance constraint
3) if you set lock constraint on the apex it complains of being over constrained ....which might or might not be the case.
4) this point happened the first two times I tried to set vertical distance constraint but after closing and reopening the file, I have not yet managed to get it to repeat. I will test further on this point. When the apex was one the right hand position of the two possible outcomes for vertical constraint on the apex, it inserted the correct vertical value but flipped the triangle over to the lower left hand side (the second possible outcome for that vertical constraint value)