maya 2017 - crash while moving objects

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felipeitsui
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maya 2017 - crash while moving objects

Post by felipeitsui » Sun Jan 12, 2020 9:39 pm

when i have the 3DxMaya.dll loaded in maya (2017) and i try to move an object in the viewport it works fine for a few units, but when the object goes a bit far from its origin the viewport start flicking like crazy. if i move the object even further maya just crashes.

so i basically cant work with my 3Dconnexion, if i do i cant manipulate anything inside maya.
"//=====================================================
Maya Crash Report
//=====================================================

Exception code: C0000005: ACCESS_VIOLATION - illegal read at address 0x00000068
Fault address: 482C1386 in C:\Program Files\Autodesk\Maya2017\bin\Shared.dll
0001:002F0386 Logical offset (see .map file for location)
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Re: maya 2017 - crash while moving objects

Post by aalsalihi » Thu Jan 16, 2020 11:16 am

Hi Felipeitsui,

Thanks for your post, can you please create a technical case for creating a bug for this issue and to get some other information needed on your end.
Please click on this link to send a technical case then will be able to contact you directly for this issue

https://www.3dconnexion.com/service/tec ... mular.html

Regards,
Abdul. A

felipeitsui
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Re: maya 2017 - crash while moving objects

Post by felipeitsui » Fri Jan 17, 2020 8:21 pm

I Cant, when i try to login on my 3dConnexion account it just send me an email to reset my password all the time.

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Re: maya 2017 - crash while moving objects

Post by UtaSH » Tue Feb 04, 2020 3:30 am

Hi felipeitsui,

we received your request and have replied to it. Did you receive our email from January 20th?

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