SheetCAM issue!

My SheetCAM program is on the fritz. It currently has decided that it does not like circles. I walked into work today to find that the sheetCAM program will not show any circles from a TurboCAD .dxf file. I don’t know why or really understand how to fix the solution.

things I’ve done:
restart the computer.
reinstall TurboCAD
reinstall SheetCAM
created new files
reopened old files

The only thing so far that seems to be okay are job files that have been previously saved and .dxf files from a different program. I’ve come to the end of the rope on ideas as to how to fix it. If anyone uses sheetCAM and has had this problem or knows of the issue. Please let me know; this issue is causing a serious problems. ANYTHING helps, thanks people of the forum your input is much appreciated.

See Les’s post of just a bit ago:

"Hi all,

I have just uploaded Stable V4.0.13 to www.sheetcam.com. This release
fixes a nasty bug in .12 where it would not import some circles. 4.0.12
seems to have been badly jinxed!

Fixed: Not importing circles on some drawings

Les"

Do an update and you should be fine!

Art
Country bubba





At 06:21 PM 6/22/2012, you wrote:

My SheetCAM program is on the fritz. It currently has decided that
it does not like circles. I walked into work today to find that the
sheetCAM program will not show any circles from a TurboCAD .dxf
file. I don’t know why or really understand how to fix the solution.

things I’ve done:
restart the computer.
reinstall TurboCAD
reinstall SheetCAM
created new files
reopened old files

The only thing so far that seems to be okay are job files that have
been previously saved and .dxf files from a different program. I’ve
come to the end of the rope on ideas as to how to fix it. If anyone
uses sheetCAM and has had this problem or knows of the issue. Please
let me know; this issue is causing a serious problems. ANYTHING
helps, thanks people of the forum your input is much appreciated.

HOLY CRAP ART YOU SIR ARE AMAZING!!!

You have saved my life and I AM truly grateful! You sir are a scholar and a gentlemen.

thanks again seriously.

Andrew Ng