Yes I know it should be there, a lot of other messages turn up fine though..
Tried to find the setting in the registry and online before coming here, but couldnt find it..
Maybe repair/reinstall is the last opton, always a hussle to do though..
Thanx for trying to help and a great forum :-)
The missing SHX files are likely Shape Fonts being used by the sender that you do not have.
Unless they send the Fonts along then the only way for you to get them is to ask.
How about adding a Macro to the Open Command to Reset the Scalelist when you Open a file?
Could that be a way of making this happen without having to do it manually?
Thanks, I know what shx files are, I just wondered where the setting that controls the dialog is.
A macro might be a solution, although I know a lot of opening of dwg files is done via doubleclicking on the file instead of using the open command..
Will try a repair/reinstall first I think.
Thanks for all the help :-)
Kind regards Patrik
You're not alone on this.
The closest I'v'e got was watching AutoCAD attempt to read
That registry key is not present on my machine, and am assuming that it is only reading that location because I clicked Yes, and Always perform this action. That it is attempting to see if I have custom scales.
Being that, so far only alternative suggestions have been given, it would appear that there may not be a way to toggle this setting by either a var, registry, or even to re-enable the dialog.
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