Is it possible for you to package your data set and send it to me (email@example.com)?
Hi, I can do this tomorrow... I will need to remember which assemly I used
I do believe it is down to the project file being set to [default] because it is a desktop PC and thus these are defined in the Inventor Options.
Here is a workround.
Copy your en-US folder to the assembly file location which you are opening.
For instance, if your assembly file is under C:\VaultWorkingFolder\Workspaces\workspace\test\..
Then copy your en-US folder into C:\VaultWorkingFolder\Workspaces\workspace\test\..
Or create a Publisher specific project file as i said earlier has the CC mapped rather than using the [default] setting.
No responce on this from Autodesk....... pretty big oversight from them and yet they wont clarify this bug.
Firstly, I'm sorry that I didn't metion that I'm a developer of Publisher and we didn't give one work round on this issue in time.
Secondly, you're right. Creating a Publisher specific project file can solve the problem. It seems that file searching logic in Publisher doesn't work well. it's really a defect and we will fix it.
Thanks for the reply. It is just good to have the acknowledgement that this work around exists. We all know products are a continuing evolution and will never be perfect but to have the feedback and response from Autodesk really helps us users.
I'm fixing this problem. And I want to know in some cases, do you see the same unsolved problems in Inventor?
to my knowledge no I've not suffered the same problems but I am sure that is because within Inventor my [default] CC is known to Inventor (changed from the standard) where as in Publisher if the project file is set to [default] then it is not known.
should be an easy fix? I hope so for you anyway
Thanks for your information. I'm clear about your problem, which could be fixed soon.
Further in some cases publisher could not import inventor file which can't be opened in inventor. For now, please make sure that the inventor file could be opened firstly.
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