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beagle2 January 3, 2012 10:58

Design Modeler Graphics Menu Hidden / Missing
 
This is slightly embarassing....

I have started working through the DM tutorials and have "lost" my graphics window. Despite trawling through the menus, I can not get it back.

I have tried View>windows>reset layout, with no luck. And have restarted machine etc.

Only "Details View" and "Tree Outline" are visible.

Any ideas greatly recieved.

beagle2 January 4, 2012 04:44

Any takers? :)

User preferences must be stored is some file somewhere on the computer. I need to find it and delete it. Is it in the v110 folder?

Or does anyone know of a short cut key to view the graphics window?

Far August 19, 2014 03:49

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Quote:

Only "Details View" and "Tree Outline" are visible.
Anyone who is stucked in this problem

1. Move graphics window, tree online and detailsview randomly

2. Now go to View > Reset Graphics layout

jmboac December 4, 2014 17:14

Can't find Design Modeler - View - Window Reset Layout option
 
Hi,

What if even if I move the windows, I still cannot find the option "Reset Layout" under the View-->Windows. I can see Section Planes but that is not active.

Thank you in advance.


Quote:

Originally Posted by Far (Post 506562)
Anyone who is stucked in this problem

1. Move graphics window, tree online and detailsview randomly

2. Now go to View > Reset Graphics layout


Kapi December 4, 2014 21:47

Hi jmboac,

just play with the windows, there will be a "Pin" located on right top of each window as shown in pics posted by Far, just click on it and see if graphic window comes back

Also check if its not "read only mode" and bottom left says "ready" in design modeler

Hope it helps

Kapi

Pospelov November 21, 2015 12:25

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Hi,
I've got some problem. I don't know how to fix it.
The "Details View" is missing. And the windows is separated.
There is no "Reset Graphics layout" in the "View" menu.
Thank you.
Alexander.

pradip.c1000 March 4, 2016 00:46

Solution
 
Hi Friends this problem has occurred today with one of my friend, you have to drag each window to centre where you can see joystick buttons keep them on required side of buttons and they will get fixed there.

Ahmed Saeed Mansour August 18, 2016 11:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by pradip.c1000 (Post 587973)
Hi Friends this problem has occurred today with one of my friend, you have to drag each window to centre where you can see joystick buttons keep them on required side of buttons and they will get fixed there.

That's right

Touré June 25, 2017 01:22

The problem still exist in 2017 on Ubuntu 16.04 TLS. Maybe it's about OS or bad installation or a bug that's not yet fixed .... I did not have the problem on Windows but Ansys workbench keeps constantly crashing every 5 or 10 minutes with a mesh around 1,000,000 elements on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. By the way, the Window> Reset Layout from the View menu is missing on Ubuntu. This is a nightmare! You have to play between pin and unpin until you get the windows fit into their places. I can't believe that I have to spend fifteen minutes to replace windows in 2017.

Ahmed Saeed Mansour June 25, 2017 09:10

Hello, I double click on the blue bar at the top of the window that I need to place it at its original location and it works fine without touching any more windows and make the situation messy :D ...Thanks

Touré June 25, 2017 10:22

Thank you Mansour you saved my life.

Touré June 25, 2017 10:24

Double clicking on the blue bar at the top of each window fixed the problem. However, all the windows have to be pinned. Things still get messy even with the double click when some of the windows are unpinned while others are pinned. :D


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