I would like to identify not mounted component in the assembly drawing layer so:
how can i build a script to modify the graphics of a component in the Assembly Drawing to reflect the MOUNT property?
Hi Nicola, I've moved your conversation to the layout sub-community where it should have a better chance of being answered.
Best regards, Cathy
Put a label showing the value of MOUNT in the middle of your decal on the assembly layer. Make sure text is checked in your CAM setup for the assembly layer.
Hi and thanks for the reply. Yes this is a solution but in the middle of the decal in the Assy layer there is the REFDES attribute so i would like to change the graphics of the decal in another way (eg: change outline width)
In case, how can i add a label with the value of the MOUNT property?
Pull up your part in the Decal Editor
On the drafting toolbar select the 'Add New Label' button
Select your MOUNT attribute
Select the Assembly Drawing top layer
Define the rest of your formatting and click <OK>
That's it! There may be some other setup about making MOUNT a library attribute or something like that if MOUNT doesn't show up in the attribute list (<File><Library><Attr Manager... ><Add>).
Thanks but i want to do this using script. I have a lot of component
Variant Manager do what you want (Cost opt)
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