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buford98
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Save Copy AS while in Assemblies

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10-31-2002 12:27 AM
I noticed that when editing a part within an assembly and you do a "Save Copy As", It will save but the dialog box stays up, making the computer appear like it has locked. It hasn't, a simple stroke on the scroll wheel brings it out of it. Anyone else notice this? I can live with it, but I thought ADESK should know.
*KJohnson
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Re: Save Copy AS while in Assemblies

10-31-2002 12:57 AM in reply to: buford98
if moving the mouse will clear the screen it sounds
like a ghost artifact from your graphics card.  What are you
using?

 

Kathy Johnson


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I
noticed that when editing a part within an assembly and you do a "Save Copy
As", It will save but the dialog box stays up, making the computer appear like
it has locked. It hasn't, a simple stroke on the scroll wheel brings it out of
it. Anyone else notice this? I can live with it, but I thought ADESK should
know.
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buford98
Posts: 43
Registered: ‎02-21-2003
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10-31-2002 02:23 AM in reply to: buford98
I thought of that too, just it never occured with 5.3
I am using Quadro2 Pro W/ 64MB
*Jeffrey, Dennis
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10-31-2002 04:44 AM in reply to: buford98
Time to refresh everyone's memories.... In Win2K and XP Pro, turn off
Mouse > Pointer Shadow and Display > Effects > Use Transition
effects.... works wonders on speed and ghost video problems......
Both in Control Panel


Dennis

ChrisW wrote:

> I thought of that too, just it never occured with 5.3
> I am using Quadro2 Pro W/ 64MB

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