When dimensioning one can mark dimensions as being theoretical exact, maybe to use them as reference of for calculations. TD supports this with the property "Theoretically exact". When this is True, a frame is drawn round the dimensions.

But at them moment we also allow this output:

This is weird since it contradicts the idea of the theoretically exact value. So when a dimension is theoretically exact it cannot also have tolerances. I googled around and had a look in the norms and I could not find a case where one has a theoretically exact dimension with tolerances specified.

However, before I "fix" this, I would like to hear if there are arguments that tolerances + theoretically exact is necessary.