Does anybody know why task scheduler will not accept .SLDLFP files?
I want to add a list of properties to all of our weldment library parts.
I dunno...But, I have a workaround for you.
First copy your weldment profiles somewhere safe. Then use FreeCommander (FreeCommander XE Portable (easy-to-use windows file manager) | PortableApps.com ) to rename them to sldprt files, run them through task scheduler, then use FreeCommander again to rename them back to sldlfp.
Navigate to top level weldments folder in FreeCommander then >File>Multirename and make it look like this:
I'm guessing it should work...But, if not you have a backup.
There was a custom properties excel sheet macro someone post somewhere on the forums. I forgot who made it but it has been a huge help for me! See attached. The tab in the excel sheet says parts/assys but I modified .sldprt in the code to .sldflp so on that sheet just point it to the folder to where you keep your weldment profiles, import, populate the data you want to add, then export.
Taylor Duran - The original Excel Macro was written by Markku Lehtola - Awesome macro, use it everyday
Yes! Markku Lehtola. He's the man! That has saved so much time!
That is perfect!
Thanks for your help.
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