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    Default Event Viewer

    Does anyone actually use this panorama? Is there a way to permanently toggle it off?

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    Default Re: Event Viewer

    You can do like people that have a "Check Engine" light on and cover it with black tape.
    The event viewer is usefull to trouble shoot errors. It may seem like a PITA but just a quick look and "close" works for me
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    Default Re: Event Viewer

    The panorama is extremely important. Several C3D command use it for editing C3D objects like points, alignments, profiles, etc.

    Most of the errors and messages in the event viewer are useless to me. Maybe they are useful for trouble shooting but not for typical daily use.

    I set the panorama to auto-hide and leave off to the side of my screen. That way I don't see all the errors and messages. I only open it when I need it to modify C3D objects.
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    Default Re: Event Viewer

    Quote Originally Posted by clarkl View Post
    Does anyone actually use this panorama? Is there a way to permanently toggle it off?
    If you are talking about the "Event Viewer" that appears automatically when an "event" occurs, follow these steps.

    Toolspace
    Settings
    Right click on DWG name, choose "Edit Drawing Settings"
    Go to the "Ambient Settings" tab.
    Expand "General"
    Change "Show Event Viewer" to "No"
    R.K. McSwain | CAD Panacea |

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