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Old   September 7, 2010, 11:47
Question Change order in tree outline (Design Modeler)
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Hi, something really easy here, please give me a hint.

In DesignModeler I can't seem to be able to change the order of operations. This is really annoying because if I use a "Fill" or "Freeze" operation (for example) and then modify the body I can't just move it at the entry to another point of the tree. I have to delete it and make another one at the end.

Is this really the way DM is supposed to work??

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I have a problem like you.After I use Body operation to move body without frezze.All solids become one solid.I want to change order body operation and frezze in tree outline,maybe it can't.
For along time with your question,but now do you find the way to change it?If you know,can you show me???
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