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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0002118||Sketcher||Bug||public||2015-05-23 21:53||2015-12-15 13:18|
|Platform||64- bit||OS||Windows||OS Version||7|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version||0.16|
|Summary||0002118: Units conversion when using "Imperial decimal (in/lb)"|
|Description||When units is set to "Imperial decimal (in/lb)", sketching offset and extrusion distance are not correct. If an offset of 12 is entered as an offset, for example, and the sketch is created, the data->placement will then show that the sketch is offset 0.472441" (12 millimeters). The same thing happens if the sketch is extruded while in "Imperial decimal (in/lb)" mode.|
The same happens sometimes when in "US customary (in/lb)" but not consistently. A 12" dimension is sometimes changed to 1 foot; when that happens, the offset remains at 1 foot. (I am not sure why the value sometimes converts to feet in this mode but that is beyond the scope of this report.)
|Steps To Reproduce||- Start a new file.|
- From Edit->Preferences, select the "Imperial decimal (in/lb)" units mode.
- From the Sketcher or Part Design workbench, begin a new sketch in the X-Y plane with an offset value.
- Create some geometry and close the sketch.
- In the sketch's data properties, the Z position will be the the entered offset divided by 25.4.
- Extruding the new sketch should also create a part that is short by the same factor.
|Additional Information||This has also been tested in 0.16 and works the same way.|
If this has already been reported, I apologize - I was not successful in doing a search for this.
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|2015-05-23 21:53||JamesM||New Issue|
|2015-09-15 09:30||wmayer||Changeset attached||=> FreeCAD Master master 2a569497|
|2015-09-15 09:30||wmayer||Assigned To||=> wmayer|
|2015-09-15 09:30||wmayer||Status||new => closed|
|2015-09-15 09:30||wmayer||Resolution||open => fixed|
|2015-12-15 13:18||yorik||Fixed in Version||=> 0.16|