Am I the only one who can't get the "new" cabinets to behave?
CabinetBase-Multidrawer12 does not show the top drawer when active, and
there seems no way to choose depth of top drawer, keeping other drawers
equal in depth. Am I missing something? Than...
A new MacBook Pro slumbers quietly on my desk. The soft white light
pulsing as if in a restful sleep, soothing my nerves as I venture
farther and deeper into this unfamiliar but strangely comfortable new
world. After only a couple of hours, I had thi...
I am struggling with zones in AC11. When using automatic boundary
detection to reference line, the zone fill and nodes still stop at the
interior edges. Therefore, I cannot see where the (gross area)
boundaries of the zone are. The gross versus net a...
My Dell p4 3.2 is almost 3 years old and I am ready to crank up a new
machine. However in reading this forum, it appears that AC10 will not
take advantage of the new chip technologies. It is confusing:
multi-threaded vs. multi-processor vs. multi-cor...
Now that I'm setting up a new template for AC10, the question of
location for foundation elements once again arises. Through AC8.1 my
foundation was on a story below the basement. I had to copy, paste to
the basement story, and explode the foundation...
Your AC cameras will import into Artlantis, but I think you then select
the cameras that will be included in the "path" and let Artlantis create
the animation. In other words, I don't think the actual "path" gets
imported. Try it and see. ..or if you...
I have used a PC for 24 years. There were times when I wondered how long
it would be before Microsoft drove Mac to the boneyard. Last year I
switched to Mac and couldn't be happier. Since you obviously were not
swayed by the market dominance of the P...
GS delivered on that promise years ago. Did we not have a full GDL Pella
(and Andersen) library back in version 7 or 8? Those libraries may or
may not work with AC12, but I bet they are no less functional than the
ones Pella has made for Revit users.
I have skimmed the book from virtual cover to virtual cover. Dwight has
thought through everything we would commonly need, and shed valuable
light on the unapparent. He also (as in previous books) provides much
needed advice regarding artistic decisi...