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Title Block Manager crashes VW2019 Sp1

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@Nikolay Zhelyazkov


Just did a little experiment. I moved the vwx file from my project folder which is stored on Google drive file stream to my desktop. I re-opened the file and tried to edit the title block in the same manner and it worked, no crashing.


Has this got to do with the folder hierarchy?

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@Oliver Hauser


1 minute ago, Oliver Hauser said:

Has this got to do with the folder hierarchy?

 - Yes. As of SP-1, it is good to have your active vwx file in a folder hierarchy with depth at least 4-5, that has only this file in it and no additional files and folders.

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I am also having this problem. Even in a file that worked fine up until version 4 and now on my version 5 export I get spinning beachball when I try to go to title block manager to change the version number and the application. I have a deadline so I will go and manually put filled text blocks over where I should be able to change info through the title block manager until this issue gets solved. 



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I am on OSX 10.13.9 with the same crash. Titleblock manager simply crashes VW2019.


Tx for the workaround, , it does work so I can at least update the title blocks. Please fix this asap.

Cheers Francois

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@Nikolay Zhelyazkov 

Looking at the crashs, we could not find that VWX had crashed, but that CineRender did...

She will try to re-create this crash after the lessons... 🙂 


So far we have this:



Pad naar toepassing met fout:             C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\nvlt.inf_amd64_b2022deee1f104cf\Display.NvContainer\NVDisplay.Container.exe


Probleem met handtekening

Naam van probleemgebeurtenis:      APPCRASH

Naam van de toepassing:       NVDisplay.Container.exe

Versie van toepassing:            1.15.2586.5913

Tijdstempel van toepassing: 5c75252f

Naam van foutmodule:           combase.dll

Versie van foutmodule:          10.0.18362.693

Tijdstempel van foutmodule:             1fabb0ef

Uitzonderingscode:    c00000fd

Uitzonderingsmarge:  0000000000043443

Versie van besturingssysteem:           10.0.18363.

Landinstelling-id:         1043

Aanvullende informatie 1:     a625

Aanvullende informatie 2:     a62514fcf816511cba42b9c716df4c74

Aanvullende informatie 3:     a6ad

Aanvullende informatie 4:     a6ad64229730ee9d403e8cdb1b6ef9c9


Extra informatie over het probleem

Bucket-id:        273ca8313df8ae632a39b432d8c266d2 (1889739649136617170)

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Thanks @Eli van Hooff,


If it crashes again look for a crash log file following the instructions from below.

On 10/17/2018 at 5:51 PM, Nikolay Zhelyazkov said:

You are working on Windows, right?

If so, open your VW user folder at "<user name>\AppData\Roaming\Nemetschek\Vectorworks\2019\" and look for a .dmp file that was created when your VW crashed when opening TBManager.

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17 minutes ago, Eli van Hooff said:

@Nikolay Zhelyazkov Ah sorry... Just forwarded what I got from my student...

Here by the right version: VWCrashDump.zip

Seems like there is something wrong with this file, still cannot open it, sorry. Could you give me a test file and steps to reproduce the crash if possible?



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