is there a possibility to get a direct link to a search card?
Our plant wants to enter to the search with a quicklink and to search for a drawing directly.
Thanks for ideas,
Is this what you're looking for?
thanks for this information. But I am looking for a solution to open my search card inside of the explorer, not inside Search.exe.
Our plant isn't trained in using the search.exe program.
Is there a possibility to link to the explorer search cards?
I guess I don't know what you need, the quick link to the search card in explorer is already there:
Can you give me a use-case or a little more info?
We are working with 4K high resolution screens to view and manage the drawings in our factory.
When we want to search for a drawing, we have to:
1. Open the EPDM Explorer (Windows Explorer)
2. Click on the search card button you mentioned
3. Start the search for drawing.
Problem here is that the search card button is very small on this screens and it should be easier to handle by direct opening the search card in explorer.
We always are working with our search cards so we don't really need the explorer view which is shown after opening EPDM explorer.
Perfectly will be just like the windows-button where you directly write what you are searching for. And if there is a possibility for a shortcard directly I can integrate it inside Windows Taskbar.
Thanks for more ideas and posiibilities....
The search tool under search.exe is the only way to really get anything close to what you're describing, and it's pretty much the same as running the searches through the explorer view so training would be minimal. If you're more worried about getting an all-in-one search you'll have to look into using Web 2:
2015 What's New in SOLIDWORKS - Web2 Client
we use already web2 clients, but only on mobile devices and stations where the normal client is actually not running.
But the Web2 Client has less functionality for working whit the data. It's more like a viewer... not usable for contributer or editor functionality.
So I will try to train the plant whit search.exe.
Thanks for your help!
Regards from Germany....
Might check this out as well:
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