I insert a new drawing view that is extremely long, I make one set of break lines then when I make the second set of break lines my view disappears.
I know that unapproved graphics cards cause weird things to happen. Which card are you running?
Nvidia Quadro K4200.
Try Ctrl+Q - deep rebuild
Doesn't work. I have had two other co workers try it on their computer and any time they apply a second break their views disappear too.
Be careful not to cross over the breaks
Nope, never crossing the breaks. I have had two other co workers try it and any time they apply a second break their views disappear too.
Are you placing them at the same time, if not I would edit the first break then insert the second set of break lines.
Did you use the last driver aproved to solidworks? Run SW RX it will be helpfull
Just checked SW RX, Says all is green in regards to my system, card model and current driver.
Take a very simple rod-like model, create a dwg with multiple breaks and see if the issue is still there...
I did notice that when I insert the part into a ASME drawing format, the breaks are fine but when I change it over to Pre ASME that is when my views disappear.
So, just forget about Pre ASME format and go ahead
Can't, customer requirements.
Welcome to the forum. Can you Pack and Go the Drawing to a zip file and post it here? It definitely seems like there's something going on on your end. I inserted 5 without any problems. (Please see How can I create a new Assembly or Drawing similar to an existing one? if you aren't familiar with Pack and Go, and How can I attach a file to a forum post? if you aren't familiar with attaching files here.)
Sorry, as this is a proprietary job or else I would.
Todd Walling wrote: Sorry, as this is a proprietary job or else I would.
Todd Walling wrote:
Can you recreate the problem with a non-proprietary Part, and post that? If not, you might need to get your VAR involved to see if they can remote in to see what's going on.
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