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RonnieWilkins
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Wishlist for Discussion Group

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12-13-2005 04:58 PM
Since not everyone uses the same version of Inventor. Could we add two attachments with the restriction that the first be restricted to only DWF!

The second would be used to attach actual datasets.

This would allow anyone to *see* what someone is talking about without first having to download a .zip file or someone having to first post DWF, then turn right back around and create another post with the dataset attached.

This would also help spread the word on DWF!!!
Ronnie Wilkins, Jr.
AMS CAD + CAFM Solutions
Sr. Solutions Developer
Autodesk Certified Instructor: Inventor
*Richard Hinterhoeller
Message 2 of 5 (28 Views)

Re: Wishlist for Discussion Group

12-13-2005 05:23 PM in reply to: RonnieWilkins
rwilkins wrote:

> Since not everyone uses the same version of Inventor.

Do you mean something sensible like the "dead" issue of separate
newsgroups for each version of IV? Let alone the even "deader" issue of
AIP vs AIS?


Sorry to hijack your thread but ....
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RonnieWilkins
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Message 3 of 5 (28 Views)

Re: Wishlist for Discussion Group

12-13-2005 05:39 PM in reply to: RonnieWilkins
Nope...I doubt anyone would look through multiple newsgroups based on versions, I wouldn't and don't have the time. This would limit the discussions somewhat.

Just need to make it easier for everyone to see what's going on and DWF does that.

For now, I'll just keep posting the DWF first, then attach the dataset to an additional post or into customer files.
Ronnie Wilkins, Jr.
AMS CAD + CAFM Solutions
Sr. Solutions Developer
Autodesk Certified Instructor: Inventor
*Teun Ham \(IV9 SP4 / IV10 SP2\)
Message 4 of 5 (28 Views)

Re: Wishlist for Discussion Group

12-14-2005 12:14 AM in reply to: RonnieWilkins
Sorry, I rather upload a small JPEG to show certain problems/issues

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wrote in message news:5037321@discussion.autodesk.com...
Nope...I doubt anyone would look through multiple newsgroups based on
versions, I wouldn't and don't have the time. This would limit the
discussions somewhat.

Just need to make it easier for everyone to see what's going on and DWF does
that.

For now, I'll just keep posting the DWF first, then attach the dataset to an
additional post or into customer files.
*Duncan Anderson
Message 5 of 5 (28 Views)

Re: Wishlist for Discussion Group

12-14-2005 12:42 AM in reply to: RonnieWilkins
There was a thing at one stage about posting the release number at the same time so those with previous versions needn't bother
looking at datasets.

But it would be helpful if more users posted something to help explain the problem.

The more info, the better.


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Duncan
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wrote in message news:5037321@discussion.autodesk.com...
Nope...I doubt anyone would look through multiple newsgroups based on versions, I wouldn't and don't have the time. This would
limit the discussions somewhat.

Just need to make it easier for everyone to see what's going on and DWF does that.

For now, I'll just keep posting the DWF first, then attach the dataset to an additional post or into customer files.
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