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Bug in Fusion-plug in
#1
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the fusion-plug in isn't working anymore since the most recent fusion update. when i try to change the add-in settings i get the following message;
   
This same message appears when i try to use the auto-setup, the import-curve and the import-points feature.
is there a quick-fix availeble? because we need the plug-in for our production.
#2
Hi Vincent,

Thanks for the post.
I'll update my version of Fusion and try it myself.
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Edit: I tested it and you are right about the bug.

Jeremy
#3
Hi Vincent,

We just updated the RoboDK plugin for Autodesk Fusion to fix this issue. 

You can take the latest version of the RoboDK plugin for Fusion here:
https://robodk.com/downloads/plugins/Fus...plugin.zip

You can follow this procedure to update the Fusion plugin manually:
https://robodk.com/doc/en/Plugin-Fusion3...ualInstall

We also updated the plugin with the latest version of RoboDK (published a few minutes ago) so if you update RoboDK the Fusion plugin should be updated automatically. 

Albert
#4
Hi Albert,
Could you please doublecheck that the URL u provided for the fusion-plugin is updated to the released version? When i download it i still keep having the same problem, and when i check the files, i can't seem to find a recent updated file.


The second method (updating RoboDK) isn't availeble to me, it says i currently have the newest version. I suspect that this is caused because yesterday i already updated my RoboDK, and this update has the same version number as what i am currently using (I could be wrong here, as i have minimum knowledge of computer-software, but it won't update).

Thanks in Advance,
Vincent
#5
Hi Vincent, 

I just checked and you should be able to solve the problem with the file provided. 

1 - Download the .zip file from this link: https://robodk.com/downloads/plugins/Fus...plugin.zip

2 - Go to C:\RoboDK\Other\Plugin-Fusion360

3 - Delete the RoboDK folder and replace it with the one found in the .zip file you just downloaded. 

4 - Go to Fusion, Select ADD-INS-Scripts and Add-Ins (Shift+S), from the MODEL workspace.

5 - Select the Add-Ins tab

6 - Select the RoboDK Add-ins and "Stop" (button corner)

7 - Select the green + button and Enter the following path:        

C:\RoboDK\Other\Plugin-Fusion360\RoboDK\


8 - Check the option Run on Startup to start Fusion 360 with the RoboDK Add-In

9 - Select Run



Jeremy
  




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