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Constraint–Constraint Conflicts
If you place constraints on associated entities that are incompatible, and include those constraints in the same set, Creo Simulate highlights the constraint icons.
For example, if you constrained a shell in the X direction, but also placed an enforced displacement on one of the shell's edges in the same direction, the constraints will conflict if they are in the same set.
As a general rule, you should not constrain any associated entities of an entity that you have already constrained if you plan to include the constraints in the same set.
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