I tried to convert a toolbox to normal SW part and here is what I got (Texture Preview) which is supposed to be
IsToolboxPart = No
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SPR 919518: Toolbox non-English: sldsetdocprop (toolbox flag removal tool) shows 'texture preview' when clicking 'show selected property'
This is a known issue, check here: Set Toolbox property
Try #TASK "Change Toolbox Flag" if that helps
Not sure when most of the time when I vote for any SPR, I (and I'm sure many of us and few have reported on this forum too) get this error. Do you know what could be the reason behind this error
I don't know what might cause that but I'll forward the question on to see if there's an issue with the tool.
The Work around is open the solidworks toolbox model then SAVE AS put the name you want and save to desired folder then use the sldsetdocprop click add files select the toolbox model you save as, click the show selected property it will show a standard which means the the toolbox is still controlling the model so then select property state No then click update status
try to click again the show selected property and it will show No which mean the model is free from the toolbox you can now exit the sldsetdocprop. The model now is a standard solidowrks format
What you are describing is to do exactly what the original user reported as not working. It is not a work around, it is the problem.
John lynn this works to me
John per Christian, he is only getting a different message on clicking "show selected property" button but otherwise the sldsetdocprop utility is working as expected.
Is the sldsetdocprop utility not working for you?
It does work but you can't get it to show you the property value so it will not show "No" when you click on "Show Selected Property". You only know it works by looking at the icon next to the part in an assembly.
I've checked on 2015, 2016 and 2017 (all latest services packs) and the button function works as desired.
So what is your SW version and SP?
2016 sp 4.0 Running on Windows 10
To use the utility, best way is to close the SOLIDWORKS and then run it (basically keep the files closed). So no need to check if you've set it up to set the value as NO.
I've never seen this utility fail.
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