Dear David, you are a very cool person .I consider you " Great " because in my own opinion,you knows pro/e better than many others.I've started studing Pro/e by my selfat the ending of 2004.Reading your emails, i discovered many topics that are not discussed in Pro/E Manuals.If John Paul II is called " Great".....BTW I don't want to waste the time. i configured my Config .pro folowing your advice but nothing changed.My Parmaters(Description,Drawe_name,Revision_Name ,revision_Level and so on) aren't recognized by the program and they don't appear in the format of my drawings.I checked also the "dtl file" but without any results....... yours edoardo
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i've checked my "DIN.DTL" ,but the problem hasn't benn solved yet.Althought I configured my config.pro ,following the advice of the David Janes ,the Great,nothing changed....why??? edoardo
It's possible that David Janes, the Great, misunderstood you, given the absolute paucity of information provided. Perhaps you could provide an example or a hint of what you did or even, what you expect and why. Perhaps you could tell us what it means when you say you "compile parameters", a term and operation which we can only (and did) guess at. FYI, when you call PTC Helpline, they ask a lot of questions. It's OK because you're live and online. Here, if you make us do this like pulling teeth ~ painfully, slowly, one tooth, one fragment of a tooth, at a time ~ instead of telling us your story in as much detail as would be helpful to understanding the problem...well, it only drags out the process. So, best to tell us right off without making us beat, beg, wheedle, cajole it out of you. It's better for all concerned: better for you because you get good answers quickly; and better for DJ, the Great, because the bile doesn't rise in his throat. His cohorts, too, are all pleased at an entertaining, enlightening, enlivening story. Anyway, Sir, we are tired of guessing what the lazy mean by their illiterate babblings. We DEMAND thorough, rigorous, thoughtful explanations: if one wishes to see a group of people presenting (and answering) problems intelligibly, literately and intelligently, check out comp.cad.solidworks. They are voluble, possibly to the point of loquaciousness, but well-intentioned words are never wasted. And their many helpful words help form a community. What does cheapness in words buy us!?! Seeker beware: you get what you pay for! GIGO=FUBAR
David Janes, the Low (sole voice and interpreter of 'the Great')