I would like to know if there is a quicker way to modify a feature or sketch that does not require that you advance the "blue bar" manually until the end of the last feature after modifying it. This is not only time consuming but also error prone, particularly when modifying a part from within an assembly. In case you miss to advance the blue bar and reconstruct the part, all constraints are gone. As a side question, some features like "Extrusions" do allow you to modify them by simply right clicking on the feature, while others (maybe only sheet metal bends, I am not sure) require that you edit the automatically generated sketch instead. This also adds unnecessary - in terms of design - overhead time to the process. It is possible I may have been wasted lots of unnecesary hours so maybe you can tell me how you do it . Please check the following video for the same feature modification in SW and in Alibre. The only shortcut I am aware of, is by modifying the part with the equation editor. But of course you must know beforehand which parameter you need to change. My point is, since this is possible, moving the "blue bar" all the way to the bottom should not be a must.