This one has been annoying me since SW 2012: The rebuild error pop-up gets stuck on the screen and won't go away unless I close the entire program and restart it.
Another service pack, and the error persists, oh joy!
I've not seen that particular issue mentioned on these fora before. Have you ever stopped to consider that it may be something local to your machine?
Yep, since I can reproduce it on our other PCs as well. Older 64-bit XP boxes, as well as shiny new Dell Workstations running 64-bit Win 7. It occurs on boxes with Quadro FX 4600 cards, with Quadro 4000 cards, and with Quadro K4000 cards.
I am still running SW2010. I think I've seen that happen once. I don't think it ever repeated itself. Since other people don't seem to see this as much of a problem, it seems like there is something in the way the folks at your site use SolidWorks that brings out the worst in some part of SolidWorks. Really large drawings or assemblies? Working on many different files for long periods of time without restarting?
Lots of good sized assemblies here, as we are in the business of Injection Molding. Looks like the bug with the image quality slider moving on its own is still alive and well in 2014 too *sigh* Not nearly as bad as it was in 2012, at least.
Have you submitted this as a bug to your VAR? I think I've seen it happen once or twice as well, but I'm sure I just rebooted and went on. It hasn't really bugged me, so I've never taken the time to try and figure out what caused it.
If it is something you can easily reproduce, make sure you take an RX video and submit it. It's a lot more likely to get fixed when you can show them what is causing it.
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