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Belt Analyst calculates two different backstop torques. In the Pulleys tab, there should be a line for Backstop Required (this will say Yes for only one pulley if a backstop is needed). Under this line are two lines for backstop calculations, called M...
Changes in the Program Mean that in Belt Analyst v12 will not accept a 0 lbs weight for pulleys, and so the default values are used. Since the default pulley weights are used, and they are not 0 lbs as in the version 10 file, the total mass of the system...
Belt Analyst 12.0 Requires FTP ports(21) to be allowed for both Get Example Files and Check Database Updates to work. Belt Analyst 12.1.22 addresses this issue and neither downloads require FTP anymore. However Microsoft SQL's Main port(1433) must also b...
You should Always Check if your IT Department will allow access to our Online Activation Server through your firewall/proxy first. the Addresses that need to be allowed are http://license.overlandconveyor.com/solo/webservices/XmlNetworkFloatingService.a...
Issue: Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and/or Outlook is crashing while Belt Analyst is open or after Belt Analyst has been closed. Current Workaround:Press the Windows Key + R, the windows key is normally found between the Ctrl and Alt button...
In the newest Release of Belt Analyst 13.2, there is a new executable in the Analyst 13 Folder that will fix Issues with the driver used in converting our printouts to PDF. It is Called PDFFixer.exe and simply double clicking on this should fix your issu...
Belt Analyst uses many tools from the Microsoft .NET Framework, one tool in particular has been causing some random crashes to explorer and a few other Microsoft products including Outlook, Word, and Excel. This has now been Fixed in Belt Analyst 13.2. ...