I am running Win 10 latest patched. I found a work around, created second group and dragged tool path to that new group. I tried just dragging the toolpath but it went right back where it was. The right click has no option for moving up/down.
i the 5xx series, it got a lot more sensitive on exactly where to drop.
If you’re on a drop-able spot a thin black line appears and it’ll drop there.
But again, it’s very very sensitive compared to before
Came to the forum in search of an answer to this challenge too (you’re definitely not alone!)… If I drag a toolpath to the top of the group, it disappears from the order entirely, yet the toolpath itself still remains on both the design visual and the simulation screens?!?
You bet - the following was a simple wall plaque created in CC Pro V514. OS: Win 10 Pro V1903…
If you look at the toolpaths, there -should- be 4 (an advanced V carve for the text and inner profile, a pocket cutting .2" for 2x round washers, an outer perimeter path to remove the final item from the stock, and the fourth path (that I tried to move ahead of the Adv V carve, and which isn’t showing in the list, but IS still present in the Simulation) is a pair of through-material holes for bolts (Both the file and screenshots attached for the file in question)
(EDIT: Strangely, after closing the CC instance, then re-opening it with the same file brings all 4 toolpaths back into vision…!)
Will, That was also happening to me. I could not drag the tool paths to change order and if I went to the top the tool path would disappear. Not sure if it was combining it into the top tool path or just disparaging. Since the tool path disappeared I just deleted my tool paths and created them again in the order I wanted them.