Matt, PV360 will only open the last saved configuration/view of a part/assy. Make sure the configuration wanted is the last saved and it should work.
Try, right click show all hidden. This might be it.
I ran into this a week or so ago. I finally had to give up and use PV360 2010 beta. It opened fine in that. It was a really weird phenom..
I even tried to save the SW file as a different name to see if I could fool PV360....no dice.
One other thought - hair-brained though it is - could you 'rebuild' the assy in SW...kinda start from scratch and see if that would work? My reasoning is that maybe PV has some corrupt info saved for that particular file name. Totally a guess.
I open up a file and view it in Photo 360, didn’t save it just view it and closed out, made some changes in SolidWorks and then open again in Photo 360 and the changes are not updated in Photo 360 after sometime I did a pack and go and opened the file again and the file updated and the changes are there this was SolidWorks SP 0.0 now updated to SolidWorks SP 1.0
Matt, here is the solution I was given!
Your call has been closed for call number C09-10922.Your issue was:Problems with PhotoView 360 parts not showing up in 360. He will be sending the filesThe solution was:Carmelo,Apparently this is an issue with the part not having its appearance updated at the assembly level. I have confirmed their solution.This can occur if the part-level appearance is missing in the assembly.In order to see this problem, open the assembly in SolidWorks, expand the Display Pane, and in the Appearance column, check whether there is a part-level appearance for each component. If the part-level appearance is missing, it can be added as follows:1. In the Appearance column, select the Appearance swatch for the component, then select "Appearance".2. Select "Apply at part document level."3. Click the green checkmark.4. Save the changes in the assembly.5. Open the assembly in PhotoView 360.The missing component should now be shown.In some cases, simply resaving the assembly has been known to correct the problem.
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