I have a problem with Architerra...while trying to create a road from a
fill, i keep getting the same error, saying something about two polygons
on the same side. does anyone know what am i doing wrong? also, is there
any way for architerra to put ro...
is there any way to delete points in a polyline? i have some polylines
imported from archicad, and they are made of hundreds of small line
segments that define a curve for example...is there any way to
approximate a curved line out of these?
sooooo....Quadro or FireGL? And which model would you reccomend for a PC
that uses mainly ArchiCAD with openGL in 3D and some rendering done
either with lightworks in archicad or artlantis (not that often) ? Price
range 3-400EUR max...
I have this problem using the wheel button in archicad... with my
previous logitech mx300 mouse pressing the wheel would instantly
activate the "pan" feature... with the Microsoft Intellimouse Explorer
2.0 it appears a lag of about one second between...
Piotr wrote:Little correction: The XP mode can be installed in Ultimate
and Pro versions of Win7.. and for such Apps like AC XP mode is unusable
- due to the virualized S3 trio video card AC 12 works ok in win7
BTW. Win7 32 bit is out of a question...
Da_RoCk wrote:Hi all, we have tested the architerra and i'd say that we
can "almost" consider it as a god-send if it wasn't for these quirks
that im about to highlight. I have been trying to learn architerra for
the past few hours and id say that i g...
Dwight wrote:Magic wand a polyline using the linear segments with
segment length method. Selecting the appropriate segment length controls
the accuracy of the magic wand overtrace. EDIT: OOPS: missed a step:
Magic wand a spline to the polyline, delet...
yeah...i started to do this with a polyline over the old one, to
approximate the curves but it will take forever magic wand doesn't help
because it doesn't know how to "approximate"....so...i think the
"manual" method is the only one...
Leo wrote:I've found a discussion about your problem at Autodesk forum:
They hadn't found any solution. Possibly, "horizontal scrolling
technology" needs some delay for good d...