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bshbsh
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Registered: ‎01-29-2009
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applying views on drawings -> crash (ais2009)

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04-07-2009 11:49 PM
hello
first of all, sorry for my bad english.
secondly, i'm using a german version of inventor suite 2009, so i'm trying to translate the german functions' names back to english, but i'm not sure what these functions are called in the english version.
so, my problem is: when i apply a "view" (or scene? representation?) on an already existing drawing view, inventor always crashes. when applying these views during the creation of the views, it works.
(by "views" i refer to the "representations" that can be defined in the 3d modell's structure tree, where one usually creates "views", "positions", "level of details" etc.)
i'm using ais2009 sp1 german, on vista64 business sp1 german, with 8gb ram.
any help appreciated!
thanks!
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Tim.Nong
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Registered: ‎04-21-2008
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Re: applying views on drawings -> crash (ais2009)

04-08-2009 12:36 AM in reply to: bshbsh
Could you please upload your dataset or send an email to zhonglin.nong@autodesk.com? I can send you a secure ftp site to share your dataset if possible. This will help a great deal to look into the crash issue that you are facing.

Thanks,
Tim
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