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IDProjectCategoryView StatusLast Update
0003947FreeCADBugpublic2019-04-27 13:08
ReporterseppelwAssigned To 
PriorityhighSeveritymajorReproducibilityalways
Status newResolutionopen 
Platformx86 64 BitOSWindowsOS Version7 and 10
Product Version0.18 
Target VersionFixed in Version 
Summary0003947: Part-Container: Moved Part-Container do not effect contained objects
DescriptionFreeCAD is not able to handle Objects in moved Part-Container and always refers to the origin of the object in the container.


https://forum.freecadweb.org/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=35938
Steps To ReproduceBug:

 1) Add 3 Solids, Cube, Cylinder, Cone
 2) Place each in an individual part
 3) Move the parts
 4) Set the current working plane to the face of the Cube
 Result) FreeCAD is not able to work with Part-container

 There is no reason why that should happen.
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seppelw

2019-04-27 10:49

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Bug_2.FCStd (8,217 bytes)
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seppelw

2019-04-27 11:08

reporter   ~0013060

P.S. As openBrain concluded: .....the pity is that FC misses the feature of being able to work inside an active part container.

seppelw

2019-04-27 13:08

reporter   ~0013067

Part-containers with it's placement should allow nesting and the actual position in space of the actual object should be calculated accordingly(derived).

For visualization that is the case, when moving the part-container the displayed solid in it moves according to the move of the part-container. However, when it comes to shape-binders, working-planes etc. the behaviour does not match the display-position/behaviour, it is implemented differently, the functions use a wrong position.

The display is correct but the functions such as working-plane, shape-binders use a falsely calculated position, different from the display breaking the WYSIWYG concept.

Issue History

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2019-04-27 10:49 seppelw New Issue
2019-04-27 10:49 seppelw File Added: Bug_2.FCStd
2019-04-27 10:49 seppelw File Added: Bug_2.png
2019-04-27 11:08 seppelw Note Added: 0013060
2019-04-27 13:08 seppelw Note Added: 0013067