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TrueView 2009 - Save workspace settings

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07-09-2010 01:33 AM

Hi,

I'd like to save the workspace settings of TrueView 2009, e. g. closed ribbons, so that I get a "minimal" look and feel even after restarting TrueView 2009. The problem I have is, that TrueView always switches back to default settings and I don't find a way to keep those settings...

 

I would appreciate any help on that.

 

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Michael

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Re: TrueView 2009 - Save workspace settings

07-09-2010 06:47 AM in reply to: HerrSenkowski8799

Hi,

 

I have tried reproducing this with DWG TrueView 2011 and it works fine - when I restart DWG TrueView and open a file, the interface settings are exactly as they were when I closed it.

 

Do you have the problem only in the 2009 version or in the 2011 version too?

 

Regards

 

Silvia


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Re: TrueView 2009 - Save workspace settings

08-26-2010 10:55 PM in reply to: Silvia.Menon

Hello,

 

I have the same problem as Mechael with DWG True View 2011. Ribbon is always closed and grid is always on. I prefer to start with open ribbon and no grid (also I have no idea how to set grid to show only intersection points, not full axis) .

 

Thank You in advance,

Petr

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Re: TrueView 2009 - Save workspace settings

03-30-2011 11:54 PM in reply to: Petrvs

Hi,

 

just wanted to let you know - this has been addressed in DWG Trueview 2012. You can download it from here:

http://www.autodesk.com/trueview

 

Best regards

 

Silvia

 



Silvia Menon
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