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Can't save a .STL anymore (bug?) (by Eric Buijs)
I was working with Solvespace on a project today and noticed that I couldn't save as .STL anymore. When selecting the Export Triangle Mesh the save dialog just didn't show up. Deleting and reinstalling the Solvespace didn't solve the problem so I deleted the solvespace.plist in the .../Library/Preferences folder and reinstalled Solvespace. Luckily this did the trick but I still want to report this. Is this a known bug?

My system is an iMac (mid 2011) running OSX version 10.10.5
Thu Sep 22 2016, 07:20:10
(no subject) (by whitequark)
Not really. If you have the file from before when you deleted it (or another way to reproduce) I could probably fix it.
Thu Sep 22 2016, 10:58:16
(no subject) (by Eric Buijs)
I removed it with Terminal (it's invisible from the Finder) so I'm afraid it's gone. If I'm able to reproduce the problem I'll send you the preferences file.
Thu Sep 22 2016, 17:26:47
(no subject) (by Eric Buijs)
I encoutered the same problem today. I cannot export as .stl in fact when I try to export a certain model the program crashes. I'll attach the .slvs file and in a follow up post the .plist.
Sun Sep 25 2016, 07:03:40, download attachment wasknijper2.slvs
(no subject) (by Eric Buijs)
And the .plist file.
Sun Sep 25 2016, 07:05:26, download attachment solvespace.plist
(no subject) (by whitequark)
Can you also please attach a crash log? That'll let me fix it quicker.
Mon Sep 26 2016, 09:58:45
(no subject) (by Eric Buijs)
Here is the crash report. I hope this helps.
Tue Sep 27 2016, 06:18:15, download attachment solvespace_2016-09-25-124132_Macintosh.crash
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