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I had the same problem in our BME department's computer lab. I would install OpenSIM 3.3 in my administrator environment and make it available to all users. But when students logged in, started OpenSIM, then opened a model file no bones would appear. The fix is easy. Whoever logs onto the computer with OpenSIM installed needs to start OpenSIM as usual, then go to Edit/Preferences/GeometryPath. In that box there will be null\Geometry, change that to C:\OpenSim 3.3\Geometry
Obviously in this case I am referring to OpenSIM 3.3. That would need to change to whatever the OpenSIM folder name is at the root of C: drive. All this pertains to Windows 7, in our case. I haven't tried MacOS X yet.
What version are you using? Which installer? The GUI look sfor bones under OPENSIM_HOME/Gometry if they can't be found under GeometryPath which is specified in Edit->Preferences->GeometryPath.
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