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GM tools

GM tools

GM tools

I followed every step in the docs, the java interface launches but there is nothing to select.  Does anyone know how to correct this?

RE: GM tools

Read through the installation docs... they are very thorough. Then reinstall UG into a folder WITHOUT SPACES IN THE PATH! This single issue has caused MANY problems within UG. If you allow UG to install to the default location, c:\Program Files\EDS\Unigraphics NX2... many problems arrise, not the least of which involves the GM toolkit. Try c:\Unigraphcs_NX2. It will fix your problem.

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RE: GM tools

You can also add a tilde ~ after every 6 characters in the path name(s) that contain directories with spaces in them, should UG already be installed in the default location.  Such as:


Doing this in the GM enviroment variable settings files will be time consuming, but faster than reinstalling.  Should work for any variable path.

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Enkei America, Inc.

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