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Change "shows as" when opening a file autocad 2002


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Hi

I've been using Autocad 2002 for a long time and I'd like to find a solution for a problem I couldn't find.

I like to see the full list of drawings in a folder instead of small icons. To do that I right click on the areas where the files are displayed and select "show list" or "show details". The problem is that whenever I chance the folder or select a file to open and go back to open another file Autocad is already showing me again the "small icons". So my selection is not permanent.

I know that in Autocad 2000 if I did that selection of "show as" whatever and selected it, when I went back to open another file, that selection was still standing (ex.: I selected "show details" so it allways showed me "details" until I selected something else).

Can anyone help me with this? Does it happen to anyone else?

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Not sure how many people around here are still using 2002, but can you tell us what operating system you're running? This could be a result of running old software on a newer operating system.

 

Also, the chat section is reserved for non CAD discussions so I have moved your question to the Autocad General section: http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/forumdisplay.php?19-AutoCAD-General

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Have you tried setting "View" (for the root folder where your drawings reside) to show "Details" in Windows Explorer?

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I have also been using AutoCAD 2002 since 2002, and running it in Windows XP, and I have always seen the details in the folder.

 

I have just tried changing to icon view, closed AutoCAD down and opened it, and the list showed icons. I then changed it to details, shut down etc. Opening it up, the list was details. So for me, the folder list stays as it was when shut down.

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Not sure how many people around here are still using 2002, but can you tell us what operating system you're running? This could be a result of running old software on a newer operating system.

 

Also, the chat section is reserved for non CAD discussions so I have moved your question to the Autocad General section: http://www.cadtutor.net/forum/forumdisplay.php?19-AutoCAD-General

 

My OS is Windows 10 but the same thing happened on Windows 8.

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Thanks for the reply, eldon

I tried that but my issue remais the same.

I'm running it on Windows 10 and the same happened on Windows 8.

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