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AC 11 Migration Storefront Error in AC12

Robert Fuchs
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I have extracted the AC 11 Migration Library to get the storefront library parts.
I put those parts in our custom library but I get the attached error for the doors and windows. I also tried to copy the macros folder from AC11 to our library but no go. I tried to load the entire AC11 migration library that had been extracted and the storefront library parts still give me the same error. It seems to be isolated to just all the doors and window objects from the extracted AC11 library. Has anyone done this? I currently just load the AC11 migration container and the storefront works fine but I don't want to have to load that entire library if I don't have to.

Thanks,
Robert Fuchs
Miller Bosksus Lack Architects, P.A.
2x2.26GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon w/10 GB RAM
Mac OSX 10.6.4, AC 14 (3004 USA Full)
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__archiben
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Robert wrote:
I tried to load the entire AC11 migration library that had been extracted and the storefront library parts still give me the same error.
that is strange. doing a quick search through the macros in the 11 migration and 12 libraries i can't find that particular macro at all - there are 'W Markers' and 'D Markers' . . . but no combined 'WD Marker'.

i guess you could always extract your full AC11 library and rip the macro parts from that? (if they actually exist there too )

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Robert Fuchs
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~/archiben wrote:
Robert wrote:
I tried to load the entire AC11 migration library that had been extracted and the storefront library parts still give me the same error.
that is strange. doing a quick search through the macros in the 11 migration and 12 libraries i can't find that particular macro at all - there are 'W Markers' and 'D Markers' . . . but no combined 'WD Marker'.

i guess you could always extract your full AC11 library and rip the macro parts from that? (if they actually exist there too )

~/archiben
That was a great idea. I just assumed that the AC11 library would do the same but it worked! I just copied out the door&window macros and added them to my custom library and all door and window storefronts worked.

Thank You for your help. Loading the libraries over the network is much faster now.
Robert Fuchs
Miller Bosksus Lack Architects, P.A.
2x2.26GHz Quad-Core Intel Xeon w/10 GB RAM
Mac OSX 10.6.4, AC 14 (3004 USA Full)

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