TT_Lib² Not working


#1

every time open a new skp file it works fine, but whenever i open that file a second time it always says TT_Lib² not installed and then i cant see the edge tools or Cleanup3 in the file. what should i do, i’ve tried unistalling and reinstalling it but nothing works.


#2

Are you still running SketchUp Pro 2014 ?

If so, what is the exact version ? (from menu: Help > About SketchUp)

Do you open the SKP file the second time by double-clicking the file ?
… or do you open SketchUp first, and use the recent link on the File menu ?


#3

yes i am using sketchup 14.0.4900

i double click on it to open it.


#4

i tried it the other way and it worked,but still why is it happening when i double click it.?


#5

This is to do with the way you have previously installed SketchUp.

If you did not select the SketchUp-installer exe’s icon and right-click and choose ‘run as administrator’, then you can get permission issues, even if you yourself have ‘admin-powers’.

Can you reinstall SketchUp this way ?

If not, then try this: find the main SketchUp.exe in the Program Files subfolders…and right-click it > Properties > Compatibility > Always run this program as an administrator…

Any help ?


#6

can’t reinstall it now, but tried the other way, it didn’t work, its fine though at least there is one way it can work out. thanks for your help.


#7

If you have SketchUp Pro I recommend you update to the latest version of SketchUp 2014: http://www.sketchup.com/download/all


#8

It could also be worth updating TT_Lib² itself. I’ve been seeing a complaint from it, about how core.rb can’t work unless I update TT_Lib². I did that, and the complaints have gone away now.


#9

Agree, which is why I asked what exact version was running, ie:

SketchUp API Release Notes, says:

What’s new in SketchUp 2014 M1

  • Fixed an issue where launching SketchUp by double-clicking a skp file on another drive would corrupt $LOAD_PATH and render the Standard Library inaccessible. This bug caused many people to run into plugin loading problems if they were opening files located on drives other than their “C:” drive.