« Last post by 135boom on October 10, 2017, 06:44:16 AM »
My bad, I thought I saw build 1354 on the site. I was sent a link for my TCMac V10 by their tech support. Give them a call. They are very nice and very helpful. I did some more testing last night with my more complex models and everything works like normal. I do notice better looking graphics, a nice adder. Things look higher contrast and more clear. That's more of the OSX change that screwed up TC in the first place.
« Last post by 135boom on October 09, 2017, 04:34:13 PM »
The patch has been released and I have had success with it so far. Go to the patch section and download the version for your TBMac install. Nice work IMSI programmers and thanks for the quick turn around.
« Last post by ggrill on October 09, 2017, 12:42:51 PM »
I've been unable to use TurboCad for weeks now, it is so irresponsible for them to have not been ready for this new OS. BTW, I've switched to Draftsight - it is a better program, and free. I'll never buy another TurboCad product again.
« Last post by beagle on October 08, 2017, 12:39:51 PM »
Thanks, Yes it was a HighDesign file . In the mean time I discovered myself. After import, you set "view" as "Isometric". Delete these 3D elements. ( don't forget any) and then set the view back to "top". The 3D elements are only on 1/2 or 1/4 arc's Than you can do a safe-file without abort.
« Last post by 135boom on October 07, 2017, 07:48:57 AM »
Have you tried opening the dxf independent of your main file (open it by itself) to verify that file is not the issue? If you can open it by itself, save it off as a native TC file and then try to import into your original work.
« Last post by beagle on October 07, 2017, 04:28:41 AM »
TC-mac-pro V10 build:
I’m working with a big project en drawing on scale 1:1 Now I have a basic drawing with a lot of grid’s in it. And I need to import some drawing part from a *.dxf file into the basic drawing and place them on his place. Then to be secure I do a “Save-file”. And most of the time I got a rolling beach ball with the massage “ "TC not responding" It is now the xième time I got this error and I have to force quit the application. If I open the file I got the following message: “This file is damaged! Cannot read into application File position :99 File size : 99 File nam : OS-dek.tcp”
And this happens each time I do an import of a *dxf file and has moved it in place
It is very time consuming after each “save of file” to quit TC- to open the file again. And if correct to save it on a USB-stick before continuing.
So help … help…. I spent already two day’s with this incident and has loose a lot of time because a must always start from the beginning.
« Last post by 135boom on October 06, 2017, 09:24:35 AM »
I just got off the phone with IMSI Tech Support. They are hoping to have the patch out today (10-6-2017) or early next week. This issue impacts TC for MAC back to at least version 8. Let's all keep our fingers crossed.