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cej
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cannot see file

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06-27-2008 11:11 AM
I have tried to make a link on the page http://www.dyrlund.com/test3d.htm but when clicking on the link the file "bund" is not shown ?

However, when opening the file directly from my browser
http://www.dyrlund.com/bund.dwf autodesk design review opens nicely and shows the file correctly - what is wrong ?

Also I wonder how to make it possible from Autodesk Inventor to have page 1 being the rendering that people can turn and to have a page 2 where the "drawing data" showing measurements etc is displayed ?

Thank you in advance for your kind assistance,

Christian Jørgensen
*Scott Sheppard - Autodesk
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Re: cannot see file

06-27-2008 12:46 PM in reply to: cej
I am glad you posted here. I am looking at your page. You need to embed the
reference to Project Freewheel in an iFrame. Your HTML should look like
this:



Autodesk Design Review will allow you to combine DWF files. It is free. You
can download it from:

http://usa.autodesk.com/adsk/servlet/mform?id=9131297&siteID=123112

Once you have Autdoesk Design Review, you can drag and drop different DWF
files into one another to combine them. You would use this to make a 2 sheet
DWF file. You would reference this DWF file in your HTML iFrame and Project
Freewheel will let users switch between the pages.


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I have tried to make a link on the page http://www.dyrlund.com/test3d.htm
but when clicking on the link the file "bund" is not shown ?

However, when opening the file directly from my browser
http://www.dyrlund.com/bund.dwf autodesk design review opens nicely and
shows the file correctly - what is wrong ?

Also I wonder how to make it possible from Autodesk Inventor to have page 1
being the rendering that people can turn and to have a page 2 where the
"drawing data" showing measurements etc is displayed ?

Thank you in advance for your kind assistance,

Christian Jørgensen
cej
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cej
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎01-11-2008
Message 3 of 4 (99 Views)

Re: cannot see file

06-28-2008 11:52 AM in reply to: cej
Dear Mr. Sheppard,

Thank you for your quick reply. However, I am unable to see the html text you state I should use ? Furthermore what is an iFrame (I am not very familiar with html design)

Thank you very much for explaining about design review - It will help me a great deal. I have already tried it successfully but now I have another question - the files I am making are with drillings etc, as it is then ready for production purposes which I do not really feel comfortable to post on the internet but can these be switched off that I only publish with the details I want?

Best regards, Christian
*Scott Sheppard - Autodesk
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Re: cannot see file

06-29-2008 06:20 AM in reply to: cej
An iFrame is an HTML construct. You can see an example and read more about
it at http://freewheel.labs.autodesk.com/webdevelopers.aspx.

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Dear Mr. Sheppard,

Thank you for your quick reply. However, I am unable to see the html text
you state I should use ? Furthermore what is an iFrame (I am not very
familiar with html design)

Thank you very much for explaining about design review - It will help me a
great deal. I have already tried it successfully but now I have another
question - the files I am making are with drillings etc, as it is then ready
for production purposes which I do not really feel comfortable to post on
the internet but can these be switched off that I only publish with the
details I want?

Best regards, Christian
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