I was watching a whats new video on youtube and they were talking about having different symbols for different terminal blocks for the drawings. Right around 7:10 they are talking about it and showing off the capabilities.
I have created some custom "user data" properties in a book. I would like to push these properties to older projects. I tried copy/paste new book to old project and tried using a project macro to add to old project. Both ways failed in passing the custom user data fields to the new books in the old project.
We recently upgraded to SolidWorks Electrical 2018 and we seem to be having a small issue with our PLC symbols now. We had configured our automatically generated PLC symbols so that there was NO cross reference and the top and bottom but now the cross reference shows up (Picture below) and I can't remember how I got it to go away in the first place. I know that they can be hidden on a case by case basis but I would prefer they don't show up in the first place.
Solidworks Electrical weird routing results I have been testing Solidworks Electrical for a while now and made ~80% of first project - made most of the electrical schematics (2D). Because of setbacks with 3D Electrical which I explained in posthttps://forum.solidworks.com/thread/210094I couldn’t make any progress with 3D.
In my schematics, I often have a black wire running parallel with a white wire. Both of these look like black lines in Solidworks Electrical, so it's hard to tell which wire is black or white. Is there a good way to differentiate these two and still have the schematic be readable when printed?
Wire labels unavailable We recently purchased electrical schematic standard 2018 (sp2) after a trial using professional 2016 (unknown sp). After unarchiving the environment from the trial, I found the add/remove wire label option to be grayed out.