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Schematic Views cannot be Pasted without the Model Object they are Based On


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Hi all,

 

I've started having this error when trying to create a schematic view of a boom.

"Schematic views cannot be pasted without the model object they are based on," and then doesn't create the view.

 

It started happening with the most recent service pack (2022 SP3.1), but I'm not certain that it happened right at that point. I've also created new blank files and had the same result.

 

Is this happening to anyone else?

 

I'm on Windows 11, VW2022 SP3.1.

 

Thanks!

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5 minutes ago, Stephen Sorenson said:

I wish I had a solution, only that this is happening to me as well. Also on SP3.1, but on Win10.

Thanks for letting me know I'm not alone, Stephen! 

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Same @markdd, I just rolled back over lunch, and came back and it worked. In case there are people who don't know, you can roll back via the updater (I think it's alt you have to hold down under advanced options), then select "change version". Then you can select an older service pack.

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Same issue with SP3.1 on OSX (Apple Silicon). I found though that by using another machine (OSX Intel) that was still on SP2 I could create the schematic views, then reopen the file on the SP3.1 machine and edit the views as needed.

 

Issue appears to be just with the creation of schematic view in SP3.1

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