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Users of RealView Graphics should also be aware that Apple is going to offer a free update to Apple Numbers (a spreadsheet application) and Microsoft Excel (a financial calculator application). Both of these applications will update as part of the OS update from 10.5.3 to 10.5.4.
You may have noticed that Apple has now updated their version of SOLIDWORKS. Version 2014 (as opposed to 2015) comes with some very useful new tools. One of these is the Appearances App. This is an app which allows you to change the appearance of existing data. This is much quicker than having to open every data instance and then apply a change.
With a RAW X-ref VIAX file in one hand and a SOLIDWORKS appearance file in the other, you can quickly and easily change the appearance of an entire assembly. If you already have the assembly open in SOLIDWORKS you can update each instance with the change or if you want to be quick you can update all the instances at once with one click.
As I have been using this app I found that it can also be used for additional functionality that isn’t really part of the SOLIDWORKS community edition. So I have found some awesome ways to automatically update the appearance of the images used in the standard SOLIDWORKS icons. So, if you’ve downloaded a new SOLIDWORKS icon set, the appearance of your icons will also be updated. Basically you can turn the default SOLIDWORKS icon set into a completely customizable ones just by changing the appearance of the icons and then just download a new icon set.
The next new feature in the 2014 version is the capability to send e-mail attachments as links. This means that you can just hit “open file” and it will automatically take you to your file. So, if you’re working with a team and they download a new drawing or file, it can be opened directly from a link sent by e-mail.
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The fact is if you have a PCI-E NVIDIA card you do not need to put in any form of realview qualification, since its included when you get the card. And this is an issue with RealVue stuff, it only detects graphics cards if there is a RealView card in there.
Because it is only a matter of time, SOLIDWORKS will continue to incorporate the ability to use a RealView driver. I do not know if this will be happening or not, but it does appear to be feasible.
If SOLIDWORKS is fully installed and you have SAMPLE or EDITON_BASIC or CLEAN_BASIC selected, the correct SOLIDWORKS can now be selected under the “Setup > Legal > Information” dialogue.
To disable Web help from within SOLIDWORKS and use local help instead, click Help > Use SOLIDWORKS Web Help. To report problems encountered with the Web help interface and search, contact your local support representative. To provide feedback on individual help topics, use the Feedback on this topic link on the individual topic page.
I am a big fan of VR with Revit, so I am really excited about it with SOLIDWORKS 2019. But I do have a few questions. My main concern is the default look is too VR-ish. Do you have plans to make some more realistic looks that mimic reality? Would it be possible to add some sub-surfaces to an existing sub-surface? Currently what happens is that when I apply a preview to just a single sub-surface it only applies the look to that sub-surface. If I wanted to apply it to a series of sub-surfaces – I would have to apply the look to each one individually? I have to admit I am not entirely sure I understand the software I am writing this reply too. But basically my question is: