Yes, OK, I didn't mean to disable but hide, that way, as you suggest, everything would work properly but the WB list would be shorter (always thinking this is for newbies or people that never use some default installed WB and don't want to see them).GeneFC wrote: ↑Wed Nov 21, 2018 12:14 amWhy would you "disable" anything? Hiding is possibly OK, but disabling could cause problems. I know there are at least some cases where workbench routines depend on stuff in other workbenches. This is not normally visible to the user, but it sure would be if suddenly a workbench stopped working because another workbench was "disabled."
I believe discoverability is rather related to workflow also. FC has tons of workbenches capable of a lot of things and me myself haven't made the effort to play with them because I am extremely lazy and information is not presented in a very clear and dummy proof way. If I was asked what to do after creating or opening a part and I was shown the options to simulate the part, produce it in a CNC machine or 3D printer, render it into an astonishing image I would probably try to play with some of those options.triplus wrote: ↑Fri Nov 23, 2018 1:09 amHiding is one option. But likely the real challenge will be on how to improve the discoverability:
I think that Start should not be treated as a Workbench and yes, I believe that using Part Design as the default WB can improve things for newcomers.