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*Crain, Ron
Message 1 of 10 (61 Views)

Not a single Power Exit! Oh yeah!

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11-11-2002 11:36 PM
Symptoms were randomly, I would click inside the File Open dialog and I'd be
looking at my desktop, or clicking surfaces for an assembly constraint and
Poof! back to the desktop. This was such a bad problem that I had to spend
an entire weekend re-creating a design in 5.3 just so I could get some work
out.

I know Autodesk has been working extremely hard to resolve this problem -
Yesterday, I received a SP1 candidate which was supposed to fix my power
exit problems with R6. I immediately installed it and have been working in
R6 since 10am yesterday without a single Power Exit! Yeah Baby! This is
the way it's supposed to work!

Thanks to the Autodesk team who has been working so hard on this! Thanks to
Loren Jahraus for actually flying down to Silicon Valley to observe first
hand what was happening and following through to resolution the steps needed
to resolve this issue. Autodesk has a highly dedicated team of people who
truly cares about their customers. Do I wish this problem never happened
with a released product? Sure, but I bet not as much as Autodesk does.
*DJSpaceMouse
Message 2 of 10 (61 Views)

Re: Not a single Power Exit! Oh yeah!

11-11-2002 11:52 PM in reply to: *Crain, Ron
Ron - what build do you have? 103 or 106?

"Ron Crain" wrote in message
news:4C18DAD2CCD1B67EDB2B9969293797C2@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Symptoms were randomly, I would click inside the File Open dialog and I'd
be
> looking at my desktop, or clicking surfaces for an assembly constraint and
> Poof! back to the desktop. This was such a bad problem that I had to
spend
> an entire weekend re-creating a design in 5.3 just so I could get some
work
> out.
>
> I know Autodesk has been working extremely hard to resolve this problem -
> Yesterday, I received a SP1 candidate which was supposed to fix my power
> exit problems with R6. I immediately installed it and have been working
in
> R6 since 10am yesterday without a single Power Exit! Yeah Baby! This is
> the way it's supposed to work!
>
> Thanks to the Autodesk team who has been working so hard on this! Thanks
to
> Loren Jahraus for actually flying down to Silicon Valley to observe first
> hand what was happening and following through to resolution the steps
needed
> to resolve this issue. Autodesk has a highly dedicated team of people who
> truly cares about their customers. Do I wish this problem never happened
> with a released product? Sure, but I bet not as much as Autodesk does.
>
>
>
>
*Montgomery, Monty
Message 3 of 10 (61 Views)

Re: Not a single Power Exit! Oh yeah!

11-12-2002 12:14 AM in reply to: *Crain, Ron
Man, I wish it was Friday

"Ron Crain" wrote in message
news:4C18DAD2CCD1B67EDB2B9969293797C2@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Symptoms were randomly, I would click inside the File Open dialog and I'd
be
> looking at my desktop, or clicking surfaces for an assembly constraint and
> Poof! back to the desktop. This was such a bad problem that I had to
spend
> an entire weekend re-creating a design in 5.3 just so I could get some
work
> out.
>
> I know Autodesk has been working extremely hard to resolve this problem -
> Yesterday, I received a SP1 candidate which was supposed to fix my power
> exit problems with R6. I immediately installed it and have been working
in
> R6 since 10am yesterday without a single Power Exit! Yeah Baby! This is
> the way it's supposed to work!
>
> Thanks to the Autodesk team who has been working so hard on this! Thanks
to
> Loren Jahraus for actually flying down to Silicon Valley to observe first
> hand what was happening and following through to resolution the steps
needed
> to resolve this issue. Autodesk has a highly dedicated team of people who
> truly cares about their customers. Do I wish this problem never happened
> with a released product? Sure, but I bet not as much as Autodesk does.
>
>
>
>
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cadsysmgr
Posts: 1,339
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Message 4 of 10 (61 Views)

Re:

11-12-2002 12:58 AM in reply to: *Crain, Ron
You guys have got to quit messing with our minds like this..Friday will be a mad house on the download site...
Well if 103 & 106 your builds..what will we see this week ? 107 ? 110 ? maybe..if they are doing personal visits for other clients as well ??...Yes Ron I agree..they are probably very unhappy the original cut was so touchy..BUT they do follow through and fix these things as quickly and professionaly as possible...
Distinguished Contributor MDB
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MDB
Posts: 326
Registered: ‎12-10-2003
Message 5 of 10 (61 Views)

Re:

11-12-2002 01:23 AM in reply to: *Crain, Ron
We have build 106! There may be one other build between now an Friday or so I was told. No exits here as well, very strong and stable test release so far. Mike
*BP
Message 6 of 10 (61 Views)

Re:

11-12-2002 03:28 AM in reply to: *Crain, Ron
Has the patch helped the multitude of .idw problems?

"MDB" wrote in message
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We have build 106! There may be one other build between now an Friday or so
I was told. No exits here as well, very strong and stable test release so
far. Mike
*Crain, Ron
Message 7 of 10 (61 Views)

Re:

11-12-2002 03:41 AM in reply to: *Crain, Ron
106

"DJSpaceMouse" wrote in message
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> Ron - what build do you have? 103 or 106?
Distinguished Contributor MDB
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MDB
Posts: 326
Registered: ‎12-10-2003
Message 8 of 10 (61 Views)

Re:

11-12-2002 04:01 AM in reply to: *Crain, Ron
Anything in particular? I have tested extensively in the assemblies and idws with no big issues to mention. Mike
*BP
Message 9 of 10 (61 Views)

Re:

11-12-2002 05:47 AM in reply to: *Crain, Ron
Nothing we can put our fingers on, just lock up,
after lock up, after lock up in .idw's

We have one of three designers using 6 the others
are still using 5.3.

The fellow using 6 was OK with it until he started
detailing!

Hope we all can get our hands on the SP this
week.

Bill


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Anything
in particular? I have tested extensively in the assemblies and idws with no
big issues to mention. Mike
*Dotson, Sean
Message 10 of 10 (61 Views)

Re: Not a single Power Exit! Oh yeah!

11-13-2002 04:13 AM in reply to: *Crain, Ron
I have noticed the yellow dot lagging has disappeared as well..

--
Sean Dotson, PE
http://www.sdotson.com
...sleep is for the weak..
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"Ron Crain" wrote in message
news:4C18DAD2CCD1B67EDB2B9969293797C2@in.WebX.maYIadrTaRb...
> Symptoms were randomly, I would click inside the File Open dialog and I'd
be
> looking at my desktop, or clicking surfaces for an assembly constraint and
> Poof! back to the desktop. This was such a bad problem that I had to
spend
> an entire weekend re-creating a design in 5.3 just so I could get some
work
> out.
>
> I know Autodesk has been working extremely hard to resolve this problem -
> Yesterday, I received a SP1 candidate which was supposed to fix my power
> exit problems with R6. I immediately installed it and have been working
in
> R6 since 10am yesterday without a single Power Exit! Yeah Baby! This is
> the way it's supposed to work!
>
> Thanks to the Autodesk team who has been working so hard on this! Thanks
to
> Loren Jahraus for actually flying down to Silicon Valley to observe first
> hand what was happening and following through to resolution the steps
needed
> to resolve this issue. Autodesk has a highly dedicated team of people who
> truly cares about their customers. Do I wish this problem never happened
> with a released product? Sure, but I bet not as much as Autodesk does.
>
>
>
>
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