I have AutoCAD 2009 running on Windows 7.
When I would like to write a new block (WBLOCK), I try to select the location where to wrtire the block on my network drive, and it will not read the sub-folders. I can get the ROOT, in this case, W: drive and 1 level down, but nothing beyond that.
Has anyone found this, or similar, issue? Any fixes for this?
I can access those folders in a regular window.
I can also choose the needed folder when Inserting a Block. There is no issue there.
It's just writing blocks and choosing the folder. It's strange.
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