2 days ago I switched to AutoCad LT from inventer (long story). It appears that design review no longer works for me as it does nothing when I try to open up DWG files. I get no error message either.
I have updated trueview, reinstalled both deisgn review and true view to no avail.
Are there any issues between LT and these applications I am not aware of?
Any help would be great
thanks in advance
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ADR2013 does not open DWG files: it's a DWF viewer.
LT, ADR and DTV (DWG Trureview) can coexist on the same PC just fine: did you completely uninstall ADT and reinstalled the combo (ADR and DTV)? recommended.
Is LT no longer on the PC? I don't know if Inventor was an influence: what is the default DWG file application on your PC?
Previously I could open design review, select the dwg which it would them open allowing me to save a dwf file?
How can I create a dwf file from CAD if design review does not work with dwg files no longer?
I am still confused here.
I was able to open design review, select a DWG file and it would open as a dwf file before, showing me all layout pages.. I assume some sort of conversion was happening on the fly. This no longer takes place. Has something changed with 2013 or am i missing something here? I have true view installed and I am running LT.
Using the publish method does work but very slow.
I have reinstalled Design Review 2013 and just reinstalled the latest DWG TrueView, however I still am getting the msg that I need the latest version of TrueView. Any help would be appreciated.
Same here. I tried to download Trueview 2013 to match Design Review 2013, but found no way to download Trueview 2013.
I tried to download Design Review 2014 to match Truview 2014, but found no way to download Design Review 2014.
This sounds like another example of the uber-monopolistic Autodesk thumbing its nose at customers.
While we wait for Autodesk to respond, any help and all workarounds would be much appreciated.