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tpham2001
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Help RbctMacroLoader Error

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04-05-2013 09:56 PM

Hi All,

New to ASD for about a week now and things could be much better or smoother in transition from 2D to 3D.

I issued a command for connection between two beams. Selected the connection I want to use, and follow command line directions... Select main beam, select secondary beam and everything just lock up, ESC is no good, cross hair is gone, nothing.... Command line keep s telling me to select second beam. Tried ending the program via Task Manager and I get this error message:

 

The remote server machine does not exist or is unavailable

 

I thought this might be file specific or the file I work on is corrupted, so I creat a new drawing and I have the same issue.

Any help is greately appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Tee

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tpham2001
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Registered: ‎07-16-2012
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Re: Help RbctMacroLoader Error

04-29-2013 11:29 AM in reply to: tpham2001

Simple solution, I have three monitors at work, but when I do work at home I only have access to one monitor. The dialog box for the command is outside my monitor. Once I reset my display to one instead of three; everything is well in ASD world once again. Well, you ge the idea...

 

So if you have run into similar issue as I did, check your monitor setting.

Cheer

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