Glad to know that I'm not alone. Clearly, there is a lot of potential in their tools. But some things about Cadimage's development decisions are just very strange. I probably wasted far too much time yesterday trying to figure out where the deck edge boards had gone. The interface did not match anything like the documentation was showing. I finally found a new "getting started" tutorial that mentioned the hotspots that were now exclusively controlling the edge boards. Great, except the mitered joints and half-boards are now gone. How is this an improvement?
Do you guys in NZ really specify door objects by dimensions that include the frame? This is so unlike the GS-designed doors, and which makes it so unintuitive to put together a door schedule, that I have to wonder if the software people have any appreciation for real-life construction at all.
It's now three months after the release of the AC20 version of Cadimage tools, and other than some very superficial "getting started" videos, I can find NOTHING that tells me how to use these tools. I was hoping that maybe the NZ people got a "What's New" PDF, at least, that could be shared.
Richard Morrison, Architect-Interior Designer
AC25 (since AC6.0), Win10