Thank you for having a look at this. I used pack and go at the assembly level.
But I think the problem is not a corruption at the file level, but at solidworks side.
I will try to clean install solidworks again and see if that helps.
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I uninstalled solidworks completely and did a clean install, and this fixed my problem.
But I would've preferred to not do this.
I hope people may find a solution for future.
I am facing the same problem.
Do you what's the reason for this problem?
have you found better solution other than re-installing solidworks?
Unfortunately I do not have another working solution for this problem.
Although when I was uninstalling, it did tell me that my network driver software was using some solidworks files and needed to be closed to be able to uninstall solidworks.
I thought maybe this was causing a problem, not allowing solidworks to reach that file to use for itself.
To be more precise, I think it was "Killer Network Manager"
Other than this, unfortunately I cannot offer you anyhting.
I have the exact same problem after installing SW2017SP4.1 next to SW2016SP5.0.
The problem persists in both versions of Solidworks after reboot.
I guess i'll spend my morning uninstalling and reinstalling SolidWorks now.
(system: windows 7 x64 Nvidea Quadro M1000M. 16GB ram.)
Had the same problem in SW 2018 sp3.
The problem seems to come from corrupted Century Gothic font.
SOLUTION - Quick and effective
2. I reinstalled and overwrited all Century Gothic fonts existing in the system.
3. SolidWorks is now ok : I see the dimensions and the pointer isn't stuck in smart dimension mode.
Let me know if it works for you!
Same problem here, uninstalled Solidworks and reinstalled and it solved the problem. Sad but true but it's the best things to do. Thanks to everyone.