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Not necessarily the answer to your issue but have you worked with any other feature class data...
Open a new data frame and set its coordinate system to WGS 1984 Web Mercator (Auxiliary Sphere) before adding any data.
[INDENT]Will the users features load into the data frame?
Is the transformation pop-up presented?
And does the Transformations... button give you any choices?
If that fails cancel out of adding the Feature class, and add features from the template data or from an Esri Data & Maps DVD.
[INDENT]Does that come in?
Does it prompt transformation?
Finally, try to add base map data from Bing Maps or ArcGIS Online service.
[INDENT]Does that go into the data frame without transformation?
Note: it should since that is the default coordinate system for Bing and ArcGIS Online services.
If only the original feature class source is faulting on insertion into the WGS 1984 Web Mercator (Auxiliary Sphere), then I'd suspect the extent of the data is not correctly set for the coordinate system it is set to.
p.s. Any suggestions, Melita K.?
Doesn't matter what you do it will not show the popup window.
After doing some additional search on the web I stumbled onto a link for a forum thread - the issue is the result of a bug in the software and currently no fix issued.
I'm currently trying to complete the course Referencing Data to Real World Locations and my Geographic Coordinate System warning with the transformations button is not popping up. I cannot proceed with the course until I figure out how to view the warning. Can someone please help?
You can always skip the warning and just open the transformations dialog from the data frame properties, coordinate system tab.
It's possible that the warning has been turned off. If you have admin/super user rights, try starting the AdvancedArcMapSettings program in the ArcGIS installation, Utilities folder. On the TOC/Data tab, the check box for "Skip Datum Check" is in the middle on the left in the "Working with Data" section.
If it's not checked, it may be how the data is being added. Not all methods trigger the warning. Try using the Add Data button if you were copy/pasting or click/dragging between Catalog and Map.
That's...interesting. Here's what my 10.2 looks like even before adding any data to ArcMap:
Have you noticed any other property page/form issues? Text or boxes offset? One thing to try in that case is to delete any templates you have for ArcMap (Normal.mxt). A more extreme fix could be going into the registry and renaming the ESRI section. See this technical article for a similar issue. It's fixing the location of a dialog. Instead of those steps, you would browse to the same ESRI section of the registry and rename it to ESRI_old or something similar.
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