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gunfella
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problems displaying drawings

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11-20-2007 10:19 AM
howdy,
i am using freewheel to display drawings on a web page which users will then print. i originally created them in autosketch 7 and saved them as .dwf files. i get 'error rendering file' error. i loaded .dwf into a+cad demo and exported it to .dwfx file. i get '404 file not found' error. i could use some direction. thank you in advance.
dave
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Re: problems displaying drawings

11-21-2007 03:51 AM in reply to: gunfella
You should be uploading your DWF files to Autodesk Freewheel. Autodesk
Freewheel does not support DWFx at this time. Over on Labs,we have Project
Freewheel. We have added DWFx to that as part of the experimentation we do
at Labs. You can try that at http://freewheel.labs.autodesk.com.

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howdy,
i am using freewheel to display drawings on a web page which users will
then print. i originally created them in autosketch 7 and saved them as
.dwf files. i get 'error rendering file' error. i loaded .dwf into a+cad
demo and exported it to .dwfx file. i get '404 file not found' error. i
could use some direction. thank you in advance.
dave
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gunfella
Posts: 8
Registered: ‎04-29-2005
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Re: problems displaying drawings

11-21-2007 10:16 AM in reply to: gunfella
Thank you. It works fine.

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