Messages & Errors

51 Message: Unable to open the file.

Changing the file extension of your plan or working over a network are just a few of the reasons why you may receive this message.

52 Message: Unable to read the file. This file contains no data.

This message appears when you try to open a Chief Architect file, but the file does not have any information saved in it that the program can read.

53 Message: Unexpected character encountered when parsing.

If you type a character into a dimensions string that is not in one of the three types of allowed characters, this Warning message will display.

54 Message: Unsupported file type for this view. Cannot import the file.

This Warning message will display if you try to import and the file is not a type that can be imported either into the active view or into the program in general.

55 Message: Warning 1910. Could not remove Shortcut Chief Architect.Ink.

When uninstalling your Chief Architect product you may encounter an error due to file permissions on your system.

56 Message: You do not appear to be using a driver customized for your video card.

This message displays when you do not have a video card driver provided by the manufacturer, often described as an installed client driver.

57 Message: You must first create and then select a polyline or spline to use as your path to record a walk-through.

This message displays when you select 3D> Walkthroughs> Record Walkthrough Along Path but do not have a CAD object that will serve as the path selected.

58 Message: Your account is currently logged in on another computer.

This warning means that you are already logged in to the website on another system, or possibly you have another web browser open in which you are still logged in.

59 Message: Your browser may not be accepting internet cookies.

The likely reason for receiving this message is that cookies have been disabled in your web browser. To learn how to enable them, see the manufacturer's website.

60 Message: Your hotkeys configuration could not be loaded.

This message will appear if the program cannot read the UserHotkeys.xml file located in your Hotkeys folder. To resolve the issue try renaming your Hotkeys folder.