I get the attached when opening certain drawings which fails to load my acaddoc.lsp and so several useful lisps don't get loaded.
Any ides what's causing it - a successful drawing opening shows the following
Is it related to being unable to locate the project? I don't know why that would kick out your lisp, but that's what it looks like.
It seems to me that we get that "unable to locate project" message when opening a drawing on a machine that doesn't know where to look for the data shortcuts "Working Folder". It looks in the previous working folder and can't find the "Project Folder". That's why we've started putting all our "Project Folder"s into one "Working Folder".
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Do you happen to have that Label Assemblies add-on from Autodesk Exchange installed?
Yes I do - is this the culprit?
Yes sir. I also have it installed, that's why I asked. I have seen this before
Do you know for sure?? I have many other add ins as well but only have seen this recently
I uninstalled it and the message doesn't appear anymore. Let me rephrase that, I formatted my machine and didn't reinstall it, and the message doesn't show up anymore. So to be sure, I can reinstall it right now and let you know if it appears again.
That's a negative neilyj. I'm still not gettting that message after reinstalling the CGS Label Subassembly.
Thanks for trying - I can live with the hassle as it seems to just be one drawing that is affected and I can load the lisps if needed manually.
If it persists in other drawings i may need a rethink.....but as I'm on new msachine and a fresh install hopefully its an isolated occurrence
Seems to occur only when I open a template drawing (for my sheet set) that has been saved whilst in paperspace. My usual template is saved in modelspace and doesn't show this behaviour
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