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Won't show the result ?

Won't show the result ?

Won't show the result ?


I have created 3 variables in Mathcad and conected them with Pro/Engineer. 2 are from mc2proe and 1 is proe2mc.

It works ok, but when i open mathcad file it doesn't shov me the result enymore, it only shows litle black squares.(see attachment picture)
When I click on Format/Result and change it from 2 decimales to 2 it shows all results. But when I write new variable then it doesn't show it, an i do Format/Result change and then it shows it.

This happens only when I do MC-Proe integration.

I am bothering with this for days so if anyone could help my I would be very thankful.

RE: Won't show the result ?


You might try hitting F9 or Ctrl+F9 (which is the 'Calculate' command in Mathcad)


RE: Won't show the result ?

yes Ctrl+F9 works but it's irritating pressing it every f***ing 5 min
I don't wont to touch anything in my calculations because than I will have to pres Ctrl+F9
and as the file grows it is getting slower and slower and slower to regeeeeeeeeeneraaaaaaaaate

I saw that before but I don't think its that because it happened on three different computers I tried

RE: Won't show the result ?


I solve the problem
Install ProE Wildfire 5.0 M010 and regenerate analysis

by and thanks

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