I found an old thread with the same problem but without a solution
Dim m_inventorApp As Inventor.Application = Nothing m_inventorApp = System.Runtime.InteropServices.Marshal.GetActiveOb
ject("Inventor.Application") Dim oProjectManager As DesignProjectManager oProjectManager = m_inventorApp.DesignProjectManager 'Dim oProject As DesignProject Dim strWorkspacePath As String strWorkspacePath = oProjectManager.ActiveDesignProject.WorkspacePath MsgBox(strWorkspacePath) oProjectManager.ActiveDesignProject.FrequentlyUsed Paths.Add("Modelle", strWorkspacePath & "\Modelle") oProjectManager.ActiveDesignProject.FrequentlyUsed Paths.Add("Zeichnungen", strWorkspacePath & "\Zeichnungen")
How could I add the paths? The folder exists already.
After lots of trial and error with the project file and configuration of it, i came up with another approach that perfectly works for me.
I've created manually a complete project file, with a complete folder structure and saved it somewhere as a template.
I .NET i just have to copy and rename the folder and project file and place it in my project directory and activate it.
I did not solved the original problem, but i walked around it.
For new projects this is (for me) the best start and easy to manage if things changes in my project files over time.
For old project i just copy a new project over my old project with the new, correct settings.
Far more easier then programming the project file.
For the time being, you could also use this workaround:
Sorry for not getting back to you earlier, but there has been no update on the issue.
Since it's a very low priority (it has a workaround and not many people affected by it) it's very unlikely to be fixed for 2017.
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