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    Just had the same problem. For no apparent reason my ribbon disappeared. I even did a Repair, which was my first in 21 years of using AutoCAD, if you can believe it. In another amazing turn of events, the online Help actually gave me a clue to the answer, which was what Grant had already found. Once again CadTutor rocks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyberAngel View Post
    Just had the same problem. For no apparent reason my ribbon disappeared. I even did a Repair, which was my first in 21 years of using AutoCAD, if you can believe it. In another amazing turn of events, the online Help actually gave me a clue to the answer, which was what Grant had already found. Once again CadTutor rocks!!!
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    Unless you are blinded by the light.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReMark View Post
    Unless you are blinded by the light.
    Or the beer.
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    Weird!! While reading this thread my full glass of Sam Adams Summer Ale completely vanished. Time for a re-install. methinks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana W View Post
    Weird!! While reading this thread my full glass of Sam Adams Summer Ale completely vanished. Time for a re-install. methinks.
    You're on subscription, right?
    So then you must be pretty adept at DRAWING a beer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadgad View Post
    You're on subscription, right?
    So then you must be pretty adept at DRAWING a beer!
    Since the mug came from the freezer, I had to do a full clean re-install to achieve the frosty effect before rendering another Sammy. I finally did a cpu upgrade by putting at least 4 mugs into the freezer at once. That made concecutive renders faster. By the time the 4th mug was frost free, I didn't care any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana W View Post
    Since the mug came from the freezer, I had to do a full clean re-install to achieve the frosty effect before rendering another Sammy. I finally did a cpu upgrade by putting at least 4 mugs into the freezer at once. That made concecutive renders faster. By the time the 4th mug was frost free, I didn't care any more.

    Butt in the sand, toes in the water.
    AH, a quad-core, good thinking, if I ever need to find a non-frozen glass at my house I have to take one out of the freezer first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dadgad View Post
    ... synchronicity ...
    Now I wish I had spelled "consecutive" correctly.

    Funny: I had been married one week. One day my lovely (first) wife took the mugs out of the freezer to make room for veggies while I was at work. Maybe it isn't funny, more like an omen. Three years later, I was free to date again.

    This next is absolutely true even though it sounds like a scene from a movie.

    A few years down the road after the big "D", a young woman I was on a first date with, invited me in to her place and offered to pour me a beer after we got back from dinner. I answered, "absolutely!". She pulled two heavy crystal mugs out of her freezer, popped the lids off of two Beck's Dark bottles, and poured them simultaniously with ONE HAND to a half inch head.<<She caught me silently doing that<<< in the kitchen window reflection. After she stopped laughing, she said "Professional training. I was a bartender for 6 years while I went to college."

    We spent a couple of VERY interesting months together, but sadly she had no interest in settling down.
    The S197 gen Ford Mustang, and the F-4 Phantom both prove the same theory. "With enough power applied, a school bus will fly."

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