Whenever I open files in SWX 2017 which was created in the educational version. I got a pop-up window like this. Is there any way to get rid of these type of window?
No - the only way is to remodel the part in 2017..
I understand remodeling mean again creating the part from the scratch.
That's correct - the only way to get rid of that warning.... - an educational model is not allowed for commercial applications. Even a personal project now could turn into a commercial product with time and SW takes no chances
This warning pop-up window is no longer appearing, by chance it happened. Two things I did for different reasons:
-I repaired the Microsoft Office to fix the issue with Excel.
-I ran SolidWorks as administrator as Dan Pihlaja said for different reason.
If you do need the part remodeled it will give you a good opportunity to use the newer techniques and abilities you have learned since originally creating the parts. It's good practice and a good learning experience.
I have done this with parts that I modeled years ago and now look at the old parts and think "why in the world did I do it that way"!
Also, I find that when I originally modeled the parts, I did not realize some of the needs I would have later (for mating, editing, duplicating ...) to effectively use these parts. Practice makes perfect.
It is true. I usually go through my past questions in the forum and shame about myself “did I ask this question”?
if you are a great coder you might be able to find where in all the bits of ones and zeros where to turn off the msg.....but where it is I have no idea....would it be worth the time.....that is why we use the program instead of writing the code for it....
what's the point to break the code to hide the message while it's illegal for production since no one is willing to produce the part creating from educational version
And SW will not help you. One of our designers downloaded a part off the internet, ignored the message and used it in about a dozen assemblies. I contacted our VAR and was told there was nothing they could do so we had to remodel the part, replace it and fix mates in each assembly. No value added in doing that.
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