In inventor it's possible to hide "for ever" a message box by a clic on "never show this message again ".
How is it possible to show this message again?
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I'm not an expert on this, but you could try exploring iLogic.
I've already seen Tools > application options > prompts before asking. The message isn't there.
We're using Vault with Inventor. When I open an ipt (without extracting) and modify something, normally a message box displays to tell me to extract the file. In this message box I can choose to "never asked again";
But now I would like to see it again.
Ok, did you check "Tools > Options > configure prompts" in the Vault manager?
We don't use Vault for anything but CC, but i noticed there's some prompts stored in those options regarding check in/out and such...
I've alreday look in Vault but not in Tools > Options > configure prompts
I checked in Vault but all message are " always display"
And no message is corresponding of what I'm looking for.
What message are you looking for?
What is it that you are trying to achieve?
1- I open an ipt without extracting.
2- I modify a radius
3- The ipt is modified without asking for extracting.
I usually have to extract it "manually".
I'm looking for the prompts which ask me to extract my file when I'm doing a modification.
What version are you running?
I've just scanned through all available prompts on my Pro 2012 and can't see anything to do with "extracting" or modifying radii.
What do you mean by extracting?
Unless these prompts were once available to you, I'm going to veer towards my first suggestion of creating iLogic rules.
I'm sorry but I'm french and work with a french Inventor. So maybe "extract" is not the good word in English.
Anyway, you can see attached a pdf files which show you what I am speaking about.
We're working with Product Design Suite 2012 inventor 2012.
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