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bhowe
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Model Crashes during edit

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11-25-2002 11:41 PM
I have one model on my system, that will crash as soon as I try to edit any attribute. By crashing, I mean it shuts Inventor off. I am using IV6 with SP1. I have tried this on a couple of different computers with the same result. I would like to upload the model for your analysis. I can't remember where the upload area is.Please give me a path, or directions. Has anyone else experienced this? I need to modify this model!
A Little help please, AutoDesk!
Thanks,
Bill
Thank You

Bill

Inventor 2011 Pro 64 bit
Windows XP Pro 64 bit
Dell Precision PWS390
Intel Core 2 CPU 6700 @2.66GHz
7.93 GHz Ram
ATI FireGL V7200
*Bender, Keith
Message 2 of 6 (25 Views)

Re: Model Crashes during edit

11-26-2002 01:55 AM in reply to: bhowe

 

I believe this link will get you there. 

 

Keith


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I
have one model on my system, that will crash as soon as I try to edit any
attribute. By crashing, I mean it shuts Inventor off. I am using IV6 with SP1.
I have tried this on a couple of different computers with the same result. I
would like to upload the model for your analysis. I can't remember where the
upload area is.Please give me a path, or directions. Has anyone else
experienced this? I need to modify this model!
A Little help please,
AutoDesk!
Thanks,
Bill
*Autodesk\
Message 3 of 6 (25 Views)

Re: Model Crashes during edit

11-26-2002 06:46 AM in reply to: bhowe
I filed a defect against the crash. I rolled the end of part marker to the
top, and then rolled it back down one feature at a time to find the problem.
Sketch11 has bad reference geometry. This is probably what causes
Revolution2 to crash. I posted the rolled back part to CF. You will have to
use that to rebuild the last couple of features or go back to an old version
that is stable.

Loren Jahraus
Autodesk Inventor Workflow Team

"bhowe" wrote in message
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> I have one model on my system, that will crash as soon as I try to edit
any attribute. By crashing, I mean it shuts Inventor off. I am using IV6
with SP1. I have tried this on a couple of different computers with the same
result. I would like to upload the model for your analysis. I can't remember
where the upload area is.Please give me a path, or directions. Has anyone
else experienced this? I need to modify this model!
> A Little help please, AutoDesk!
> Thanks,
> Bill
>
*Howard, Jeff
Message 4 of 6 (25 Views)

Re:

11-26-2002 06:56 AM in reply to: bhowe
Loren, sorry to go off on a tangent, but was wondering; Is the ability to
delete features below the EOP in the works for future releases?

Jeff
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"Loren Jahraus (Autodesk)" wrote in message
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....
I rolled the end of part marker to the top, and then rolled it back down one
feature at a time to find the problem.
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*Keller, Kent
Message 5 of 6 (25 Views)

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11-26-2002 07:59 AM in reply to: bhowe
Jeff

Paste this in a VBA module .... won't work with SM parts, but should be OK with regular
parts.
'**********************************
Option Explicit

Public Sub KillFeaturesPastEOP()

Dim oPDoc As PartDocument
Set oPDoc = ThisApplication.ActiveDocument

Dim oFeatures As PartFeatures
Set oFeatures = oPDoc.ComponentDefinition.Features

Dim oFeature As PartFeature

For Each oFeature In oFeatures
If oFeature.HealthStatus = kBeyondStopNodeHealth Then
oFeature.Delete
End If
Next

End Sub

'*****************************************

--
Kent
Member of the Autodesk Discussion Forum Moderator Program


"Jeff Howard" wrote in message
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> Loren, sorry to go off on a tangent, but was wondering; Is the ability to
> delete features below the EOP in the works for future releases?
>
> Jeff
*Howard, Jeff
Message 6 of 6 (25 Views)

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11-26-2002 09:03 AM in reply to: bhowe
Many thanks, Kent.

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"Kent Keller" wrote in message
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Paste this in a VBA module ....

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"Jeff Howard" wrote in message
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.. ability to delete features below the EOP ......
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