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thiagokunz
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Registered: ‎07-23-2013
Message 51 of 57 (373 Views)

Re: inventor fusion mac crashes trying to open saved files

07-23-2013 02:55 PM in reply to: schneik

Hi. I'm using Inventor Fusion I just instaled form the Mac App Store. Well, I had the same problem everyone here. I'm sending the corrupted file. I've spent some hours in it. I'll be very happy if you can fix it. Thanks in advance.

 

Kunz.

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eddyogi
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Registered: ‎11-30-2013
Message 52 of 57 (259 Views)

Re: inventor fusion mac crashes trying to open saved files

11-30-2013 01:59 PM in reply to: k-mario

 


k-mario wrote:

Similar Issue here :smileysad:

 

Worked on a file when Inventor crashed saving.

When I now open the file, the bodies do not show up. 

I click on the light bulb of the components - nothing happens.

I unfold the components to see its bodies. 

The light bulb next to the bodies is on.

When I click on this light ball I get the spinning beach ball of death...

:/

 

Could you please try to recover that file Autodesk-Team?


I have the same exact problem with k-mario.  I'm running mountain lion on macbook pro.

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Dr_Creator
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Registered: ‎08-20-2014
Message 53 of 57 (98 Views)

Re: inventor fusion mac crashes trying to open saved files

08-20-2014 12:24 PM in reply to: tbabcock123

Leave it guys and gals. This app is not worth your nerves. It's free and it's useless. No working copy/paste function, crashes on simple things, making a saved file corrupted, incompetent support, and I don't know what else since I'm not keen  to find out anymore.

Autodesk, you have lost your good reputation, at least in my eyes.

No more of inventor fusion. I'm dissapointed but luckily there are plenty of cad software for mac out there that actually do work.

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Sferril
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Registered: ‎10-22-2012
Message 54 of 57 (93 Views)

Re: inventor fusion mac crashes trying to open saved files

08-20-2014 11:36 PM in reply to: Dr_Creator
> Leave it guys and gals. This app is not worth your nerves. It's free and it's useless. No working copy/paste function, crashes on simple things, making a saved file corrupted, incompetend support, and I don't know what else since I'm not keen to find out anymore.
>
> Autodesk, you have lost your good reputation, at least in my eyes.
>
> No more of inventor fusion. I'm dissapointed but luckily there are plenty of cad software for mac out there that actually do work.
>



That?s a stupid message. There may be some bugs, but most have been worked out. The program does such an incredible job and it?s free. I?ve made so many extremely useful parts with it, and as I said, simple. If you want something better, pay for it.

This poster has lost his reputation, at least in my eyes.
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Dr_Creator
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Registered: ‎08-20-2014
Message 55 of 57 (80 Views)

Re: inventor fusion mac crashes trying to open saved files

09-02-2014 06:11 AM in reply to: Sferril
That is your opinion. I have my own as well.
I need a software that works, with basic functions like copy/paste, be it free or paid version, that does not hang up on every third operation I make.
There are still huge bugs. I?m glad it works for you.

P.S. Maybe it is a surprise for you but i can think for myself, so I don?t need your advices that brings nothing.

Please, don?t contact me anymore since I?m not interested to read your crappy muttering.

Bye.
ju
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ju
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Registered: ‎11-11-2014
Message 56 of 57 (21 Views)

Re: inventor fusion Mac crashes trying to open saved files

11-11-2014 01:43 AM in reply to: schneik

Hi,

 

Can you please try to recover a corrupted Inventor Fusion file? Unfortunately it´s 6Mb so I cannot attach it.

 

I have put so much work into this drawing that the thought of doing it all over again, makes me depressed.

 

Thanks

 

Jacob

Macbook Air with Yosemite ver 10.10

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k-mario
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Registered: ‎06-04-2013
Message 57 of 57 (13 Views)

Re: inventor fusion Mac crashes trying to open saved files

11-11-2014 10:38 PM in reply to: ju

Hey Ju :smileyhappy:

 

I know the simplest things are sometimes the things we touch last.

Have you got a Time Machine active?
If you have a MacBook Air I guess you might have a TimeCapsule.
If so, look in the Backup history for the last usable file and you’re fine :smileyhappy:

 

If not you should consider buying one either ways, I even got similar problems with Adobe Illustrator or InDesign.

Once the file is corrupt there are poor possibilities to restore them.

A backup always comes in handy here.

I know I sound like a backup nerd, but believe me I'm not.

I dropped my 3TB WD drive recently from half a meter (1,6 ft) and it stopped working.

The data recovery center told be that it might cost 3000 € which would be nearly 4000 USD.

So now I say: Better have a Backup of the Backup.

 

I pray to god that it is a minor issue though...

 

Hard drives suck!

 

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