I get these error messages, apart from fail simulation.
However, I have deleted all the motor and torques and I still get the message.
If there where any motor, I should see it with the Filter Driving selected. Is it?
it should show if you have a motor
does this happen in a brand new motion study?
The list you are seeing is just the more common problems that occur to users of Motion when trying to solve.
There are a large number of reasons why this might not solve. If you post a Pack-N-go of what you are trying to do it is likely that someone on this forum will help you.
It is a great comfort for me to know that not only me suffer Motion..... I don't know how to call... beta problems?
I don't know what happens, but I know:
1) There is not motors
2) There is no motors to which reduce speed.
does it happen in a brand new study?
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