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You can also get to it in the 3DControl menu in SW – click on Rotate so that it has a check next to it. Is the spacemouse addin loaded in Solidworks? Here is a link to the posting It has a picture of the puck with an arrow going around it. I just hope someone somewhere can eventually help. Do you mean uninstalling and resintalling the 3dconnexion software?

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If so, then yes, I did that. If SW is running as an Admin you have to give Admin privileges to the peripherals too. Is that more clear?

Once I shutdown for the night or reboot, it goes back to not functioning in SW. Is it one particular space pilot pro?

I installed SW onto their systems, leaving installed, and ever since then the spacepilot will not rotate objects in solidworks I have not yet figured out how to automate this process, so I am solidqorks to do it each time I restart windows, but it has always worked for me.

Yes that was what I mint, sorry I must have overlooked the 8 line. I am experiencing a similar problem Do you mean uninstalling and resintalling the 3dconnexion software?

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Also, when you say “will not rotate” do you actually mean no action, or do you really mean just no rotation? I just hope someone somewhere can eventually help.

You don’t have JavaScript enabled. I have since then removed Solidworks to see if that would help, but didn’t. Then Right-Click on “start driver’ and select the “run as administrator” option. Have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling the software after you install Solidworks first? It wasn’t mentioned, but I did stop and restart the driver during all the actions I tried.

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I work in the IT department for my company. I have had to do this in the silidworks when we updated to a newer version of Solidworks.

You get to it through the Start menu. Go to original post. Is the spacemouse addin loaded in Solidworks? Things I have done: I have attached a screen shot of all the add-ins for Solidworks Our designers wanted to update from Solidworks to You can also get to it in the 3DControl menu in SW – click on Rotate so that it has a check next to it.

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There is a mode that turns off rotation and I wonder if that’s what you have set. They are running Windows 7, 64 bit. I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0.

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Please type your message and try again. If the latter, then hit the button on the SpacePilot to enable rotation.

Now that I have tried all the suggestions they gave me, they will not respond to me. It has a picture of the puck with an d3connexion going around it.

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Incidentally, the problem started when the installation of the “simulation” addon for SW required me to elevate the soolidworks SW. Try stopping the driver then restarting it.

That is what number 8 is on the list of things I tried that did not work.