I bought the mac app store version of autocad 2013 LT. I have not been able to get the menu bar to appear. I have tried the couple of suggestions for this problem I found online (repair permissions and using terminal program) and was not able to resolve the problem. Any ideas?
OS 10.9.1 mavericks
2.8Ghz Intel i7
16 GB RAM
see screen grab below- all i get in the top menu bar is the apple and autocad lt 2013, no 'File' etc etc
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Not sure that this could help, but you can try:
Quit AutoCAD (use AutoCAD LT -> Quit AutoCAD LT menu, or Cmd+Q)
Go to Applications folder on your Mac, find AutoCAD LT application, right-click on it and select "Show package contents", then use search field in Finder to find all CUI files inside AutoCAD LT app (type cui in search field).
This will give you something like:
Select PopMenuRoot.cui, Workflow.cui, Workspace.cu
Can you see application menu now?
NEED HELP ASAP! So my Mac Laptop ran out of juice on a flight while AUTOCAD was on. I saved my file, but now have no toolbars or menu bar when I open the program. I tried to locate the CUI files, but can't see any in the "Show Package Contents" file. Suggestions Please!
I found the cui files in the Library folder where you mentioned. There are no CUI files in the Autocad "Show Package Content" at all. I copied and pasted from the Library folder into the "Show Package Content", but it did not solve the problem. I did, however, log out, create a new log in and was able to use AutoCAD from the new log in. This is good, but still a huge inconvenience. How do I fix the issue from my normal log in?
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