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prinzing
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Autosketch 10 - multiple files in one instance - how to configure?

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06-27-2011 12:02 AM

We are using Autosketch 10 on a lot of machines. In the past it has been possible to doubleclick some files and they all opened in the same instance of Autosketch. Now, after reinstallation of some machines (Win7 SP1 an WinXP SP3), our users have the problem, that Autosketch 10 opens a new instance for every file.

How can we configure Autosketch 10 to open Sketch-Files by doubleclick in on and the same instance?

 

Regards,

 

Jan

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StevenMac
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Re: Autosketch 10 - multiple files in one instance - how to configure?

06-27-2011 03:04 AM in reply to: prinzing

Unless they change this by having a tick-box inside sketch, you can't modify this behaviour in Windows 7 itself.

 

I manually drag the file from within windows explorer to the open sketch window in the task bar.

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Wintheiser
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Re: Autosketch 10 - multiple files in one instance - how to configure?

10-04-2011 06:39 AM in reply to: StevenMac

StevenMac wrote:

Unless they change this by having a tick-box inside sketch, you can't modify this behaviour in Windows 7 itself.

 

I manually drag the file from within windows explorer to the open sketch window in the task bar.


We have the exact same problem in AutoSketch 9.  it only showed up when we started moving users to win7, ie, it worked fine to open up a drawing from explorer without starting another instance on xp sp3.

 

Can anyone provide more information on this?

 

Draging and droping works well though, good point....

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