Subdivision

Subdivision modeling gives users another mode to create and manipulate 3D forms for any design field, including architectural, landscape entertainment and product design.

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    • I'm still hoping that the Label Legend Manager will be unlocked for use with any symbol + record. @michaelk, have you found a way to circumvent this?   I attempted to convert custom symbols to lighting instruments, but that feature won't associate the light info records required to use LLM. I tried to add the same IFC record that Lighting Instruments use, and didn't have any luck with that either--the Shape tab won't update with the lighting instrument fields.   Happy President's Day
    • atrribute = "color" attribute value = "red"   for example: i can store forergound color, background color, font and size to be piced up and transferred, but I cant store foreground= red, background = green font=arial, size=12   bu you are right if eyedropper could do this this would be the right tool....but the settings should be editable  
    • When a site model is created, its perimeter seems to be formed by drawing a polygon around the ends of all the contour lines, which is logical enough but tends to create an irregular shape. For presentation neatness is it possible to trim or extend its perimeter to, say, a tidy rectangle? I can't work out any way of doing this. The OIP seems to have a "move vertex" option but as far as I can make out, you can only move vertices by typing in an X and Y value. Is there no way of doing this graphically, ie by dragging the vertex to position?
    • Hmm, not sure what "attribute values" are. Can you clarify?
    • eyedropper is no solution, it can only store the settings which of the attributes to be transfered, but not the attribute values.