herbk wrote: ↑
Sat Dec 09, 2017 4:10 pm
the problem exists also if only 1 part is selected, but only if you change the orientation or the placemant of a part after you create the job.
I see what you mean - that is actually by design, hate to phrase it that way, but it is a feature. Path creates a clone in order to allow independent placement. You can move and rotate the Job's Base object however you like and need it for the Job without having to move/rotate your design. Naturally the decoupling works both was, as you can independently change the Placement of the Base object you can also independently change the Placement of the model.
So, regardless if you changed the Placement of your Part, you can modify the Placement of the Base-object clone at any time to suit your needs. You can do that manually in the property editor, use any tools from the Draft WB or the minimal tools we created in the Job editor. In the Setup tab the buttons under "Orientation" and "Alignment" can be used to rotate and move the Base-object clone and the Stock object.
Note that depending on how you change the Placement of the Base-object clone it will be (badly) misaligned with the originally created Stock object. In order to sync the two again, either also change the Placement of the Stock object, or you can temporarily select a different Stock and then switch back to the one you want - which, upon creation, will be aligned with the current Placement of the Base-object clone.