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this has nothing to do with Windows 10, the viewer pops up when generating a G-code file and is looking at the mentioned file. IF your run generates another G-code file, it tries to pop up a new instance of the viewer to display THAT G-code, since the file is already being used by another instance the OS won't let the new viewer open it.
The solution is to manually kill the first viewer (click the X in the upper right) before starting the generation of the second G-code file.
This whole scenario happens when you have something else enabled other than an "etch", such as milling, or text, or drilling, each of these gets its own G-code file.
I think this will fix your problem.
On 5/19/2019 5:18 AM, Jos Raven wrote:
I cannot solve this problem on my Windows 10 installed EAGLE 8.6.3.