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maguire
Posts: 70
Registered: ‎11-16-2003
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Support Path Losing Entries

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06-10-2003 02:44 AM
For some reason which I have not been able to
figure out, I'm losing support path entries.

I have many custom programs that need to be
pathed to their respective directory locations
in the "TOOLS" "OPTIONS" "SUPPORT PATH" area.

I'll setup the pathing I need, and all my programs
will work fine, then for no apparent reason I'll
click on one of my program pulldown menus and
click on one of its functions and autocad will
tell me it can not find the file.

If I goto the "tools" "options" "support path"
area, I notice that part of the pathing I setup
is now gone. If I re-add the missing paths,
my programs again work fine.

Does anyone know why Autocad is truncating my
support path settings?

Is there some kind of limit to how many path
settings you can have?

Note: running autocad w/ LDDR2i

thanks for any advice on this matter!
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pcboudreau
Posts: 14
Registered: ‎09-15-2003
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Re: Support Path Losing Entries

06-11-2003 02:21 AM in reply to: maguire
Are you using a profile? I'm finding that some machines don't support profiles properly. How many characters are in your paths? What OS are you using?
Phil Boudreau
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durielk
Posts: 13
Registered: ‎04-28-2004
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Re: Support Path Losing Entries

05-01-2012 05:15 AM in reply to: maguire

I have the same problem, did you find a solution?  thanks, dlkruger2000@yahoo.com

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