I want to use equation dimensioning ,but it dose not work ,when i clicked OK, it had no change .
I'm convinced it's the KB from MS that creates this issue.
As a first try I would try uninstalling KB3072630 and repair SolidWorks.
I mean when i clicked √,it didn't work
Did you also clicked the tick mark on the top left of the dimension edit dialog box?
Yes ,I did ,it doesn't work
I notice in your image an extra space in front of the 20.
It works for me even with the extra space - but I'm wondering if the problem might be associated with language pack.
Thanks ,but it didn't work
It might just be the image resolution, but your end quote looks funny... was any part of the equation copy&pasted?
Did you try deleting the whole equation and starting over?
and using the function list instead of typing in cos(20)?
It was not copied ,the cos()was from function list .I think my equation was right ,the green tick mark behind equatin means it's correct .
Did you get any error msg..?
I hv tried n it's working for me
I think this is problem of my computer, because i can do it in other computer ,butcan not in my own computer .my computer run Windows10
Rum solid works in compatibility mode for windows 8 and see if that makes a difference.
That don't work ←_←
You didn't mention what version of Solidworks you are running, but it sounds a little like the issues discussed in this thread that had the root of the problem being a Windows service pack installation. Maybe this is what your problem is?
Sounds to me as an installation failure. Probably some .net or C++ failing...how long time ago did you install SolidWorks? (win10 isnt supported before 2015 SP5.0 or 2016... that can be the issue too)
The Microsoft security update KB3072630 is known to cause installation errors, this KB was released around 14th of July.
Anyway...i would uninstall solidworks and all .net C++ and Visual studio components, Restart, log on as local administrator, disable User Account Control, disable Anti virus and reinstall SolidWorks. Whole lot of work but im not sure your problem will go away before you correct the installation.
And dont forget to uninstall KB3072630 before installing SolidWorks again ;-)
One of my students just encountered the same problem on a Win 8 install.
The MS security KB turned out to be the problem in this case with the student.
Did he solved the problem?
uninstall and reinstall with MS security KB disabled, reapply the KB3072630 after install is complete.
We had to do this for all of our 2015 installs.
Thanks ,I will try
I've had the same issue, and have come to the conclusion dimension variables use a routine contained in a graphics card driver library!
What graphics card are you using?
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