I am having some troubles whit my dynamic blocks.
Whenever I add a block property table the window that should be opent doesn't open. The strange thing is that I think it actualy is open but i just don't see it on my screen. The same thing gous for the screen that allows you to ad a parameter to a lookup set. by folowing this link you can see what i mean, it gets interesting after 30 seconds.
Is there a variable that decides where on your screen you see these screens?
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Did you switch from two to one monitor recently?
Or change screen resolution?
Any OS changes? Registry Cleaner? Windows update?
I was going to say the the Block Properties Table would not work if there is an empty cell in it but you are not getting that far.
BTW - What did you use to record the video?
I have been fooling around whit tree other screens which may be the problem. But i realy won't know how to solve it. And i use autoscreenrecord. It sucks but its free
This advice would only be if you had the screens connected at the same time:
If you moved the dialog windows while working on those screens they are still over there.
Or CAD magically placed them there for you so that things would be easier.
You can try changing Screen resolution to see if something is on the edge or otherwise hovering around.
Once you invoke one of these dialogs try typing Alt+Space, M, and then use the arrow keys to move the dialogs around.
Try this on a Dialog that you can open and see so that you can see what it does.
Thank you very much, I now also know the problem itself.
syncking two laptops (beïng able to use my mouse cursor on two laptopts the same time) made autocad behave this way.
By the way do you have an alternative for the recording of videos?
Thank you for the respons and the folow up
No, no alternative. I've been interested in doing such but have not looked for much yet.
I thought yours worked pretty well which is why I asked.
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