but I might be wrong...
so what does "detail view based on the reference view" mean? is it about update relationship or something else?sorry but can u explain?
This task will show you how to create from the 3D a detail view using either a circle as callout or a sketched profile. Note that the procedure varies slightly depending on the method you choose.
A detail view is a partial generated view that shows only what is necessary in the clear description of the object. Note that the Detail view command uses a Boolean operator from the 3D whereas the Quick Detail view command computes the view directly from the 2D projection. The representation is therefore different.
What it means...hmmm...
For fun, create a view of a part. Then in the drafting area, delete an element, or elements. This will create a modified drafted view. In that area, create a quick detail view. Notice the quick detail view will contain only the geometry that is available in the drafted area. This means that any 2D geometry deleted will not be created in the quick detail view. Inversely, if you create additional geometry, it should also appear in the quick detail view. Now, create a standard detail view. Notice the geometry that you erased from the view will now re-appear. This is because the standard detail view looks back at the 3D geometry to extract the 2D geometry.
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Inversely, if you create additional geometry, it should also appear in the quick detail view
this does not work for me with R14 SP4 HF4
also try this :
create a pad, make front view and 2 detail views on corners(quick and normal detail),
go to the pad and make some fillet or chanfer
do not update front view but only detail views... both will show the fillet or the chanfer even the quick detail view based on the non updated (no fillet or chanfer) front view...
So the quick detail view is not only link to the front view geometry but also to the 3D...