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NX 10.0 Bitmaps

Genius
Genius

John Baker used to help us getting and publishing the NX Bitmaps

Here are some threads where he helped us publishing the NX Bitmaps

http://community.plm.automation.siemens.com/t5/NX-CAD/NX5-Bitmaps/m-p/103591

http://community.plm.automation.siemens.com/t5/NX-CAD/Bitmap-library-for-NX7-5-2-5/m-p/219530

http://community.plm.automation.siemens.com/t5/NX-CAD/NX-8-0-Bitmaps/m-p/229296

http://community.plm.automation.siemens.com/t5/NX-CAD/NX-9-0-Bitmaps/m-p/262186

 

Now that John is retired, will there be anybody in Siemens that could help us getting the NX 10.0 Bitmaps?

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Re: NX 10.0 Bitmaps

Siemens Esteemed Contributor Siemens Esteemed Contributor
Siemens Esteemed Contributor
I'll look into this for you.

Regards, Ben

Ben Broad | PLM Enthusiast | Siemens GCSS

NX (v17 - 1876) | Teamcenter (9 - 12)
Value Based Licensing | Adaptive UI | BETA Registration

Re: NX 10.0 Bitmaps

Genius
Genius

Thanks Ben!!

Re: NX 10.0 Bitmaps

Siemens Valued Contributor Siemens Valued Contributor
Siemens Valued Contributor

Hi - we no longer make our library public.  

 

If you see one in NX that you’d like to use:

  1. Ribbon - to find Ribbon bitmaps to reuse, bring up the Customize dialog (Ctrl+1).  Then MB3 over the bitmap, “Change Button Icon”, then “Icon Name…”  The NX bitmap name is displayed.
  1. Dialogs - to find dialog bitmaps to reuse, set PRINT_DIALOG_BITMAP_NAMES to 1.  Click on the command to display the dialog.  The Syslog will contain the bitmap names

Used Dialog <##16Shell> Bitmap: hollow_body : HQ : SC

Used Dialog <##16Shell> Bitmap: hollow_region_orange : HQ : SC

Used Dialog <##16Shell> Bitmap: show_shortcuts_arrow : HQ : SC

Used Dialog <##16Shell> Bitmap: half_arrowdown_12x24 : HQ : SC

Used Dialog <##16Shell> Bitmap: hollow_region_orange : HQ : LC

Used Dialog <##16Shell> Bitmap: hollow_body : HQ : LC

 

  1. You can also search the .MEN files

Once you know the bitmap name, you can use it directly.  Or if you'd like a copy so you can edit it, feel free to email me and I'll send it/them to you.

 

Thanks,

Laurie McAllister

NX Usability Consultant

Siemens PLM