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Bob La Londe
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« on: November 09, 2017, 15:49:07 pm »

During the brief demo period I had using Cutviewer I decided I didn't like it.  I know some do, and that's fine. It works for you.  If it had worked better for me I would have bought a license.  

I've been using CAMotiocs for while now, and when a plugin was written to integrate it I was in heaven.  It has its issues, but it displays my work well enough.  I just bought a faster computer (should be here next week) so I can leave it set for high resolution and still have reasonable render times.  

It always bugged me to see the simulate with CutViewer displayed in the menu.  It felt like a jab at not using what I consider to be a not great application for me.  It was really a minor irritation, but an irritation none the less.  Then yesterday when adding plug-ins to my installation 1.0.14_2 I saw it.  The simulate with CutViewer is a plug-in.  DELETE!  No more option in the menu.  DOH!  Don't know why I never noticed it before. 

I loaded the 1.0 version of all my favorite plug-ins yesterday.  None of them worked.  Then after I told Windows to unblock them all (one at a time) they all worked perfectly.  You guys are awesome.  

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« Reply #1 on: November 09, 2017, 16:35:31 pm »

For info only;
It's just the menu entry that's a plugin, it calls an external file, "CutViewer_Mill.exe"
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« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2017, 20:27:07 pm »

During the brief demo period I had using Cutviewer I decided I didn't like it.  I know some do, and that's fine. It works for you.  If it had worked better for me I would have bought a license.  
 


Bob,
I'm 100% with you on this one. Funny you wrote this about cutviewer, this past Monday I have tried again hoping for better results (after all most software  is updated) and the same thing.NOT!  Deleted yesterday, because Camotics does almost everything I need to see and comparing both and price you pay the difference is clear . Grin
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