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Andrew Davies

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About Andrew Davies

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    Events / Conferences Project Manager
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    www.flair.ltd.uk
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    Football (Middlesbrough FC!), Photography, CAD, 3D Visualising, Technology
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    London, UK

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  1. Andrew Davies

    Revision Date - can't add to Worksheet

    OK Shame - but all working now regardless! Thanks again for your help!
  2. Andrew Davies

    Revision Date - can't add to Worksheet

    That's perfect! Worked straightaway Thanks so much for your help - hope there will be a native formula added in a future update? Thanks again, Andrew
  3. Andrew Davies

    Revision Date - can't add to Worksheet

    PS - Does seem odd that there is a formula for Current Revision Number, but not date!
  4. Andrew Davies

    Revision Date - can't add to Worksheet

    Thanks Jonathan I've done a work around for now by manually adding a comma at the end of each date - then using the Substring function that Nikolay suggested. Thanks so much! Andrew
  5. Andrew Davies

    Revision Date - can't add to Worksheet

    Thanks! Closer - but it's not registering the delimeter - so I get all revision dates in a long row. Should I add a delimiter manually to the date as a work around?
  6. Andrew Davies

    Revision Date - can't add to Worksheet

    Thanks Nikolay I tried this, but got the following result. If it helps, when I tried just ='Title Block Revision Data'.'Date' (ie - without the Substring) I got : I've obviously entered the Revision date (which I enter manually) in a couple of different formats. Would it help if I re-formatted the Revision date as a date format? It looks like there is no delimiter between each date, which is I guess what causes the Substring to fail? Thanks again Andrew
  7. Andrew Davies

    Revision Date - can't add to Worksheet

    Thanks Jonathan - Tried that and nothing came up.
  8. Andrew Davies

    Revision Date - can't add to Worksheet

    Sorry to bump this, but does anyone have any ideas? To summarise, I just want to create a report which lists sheet number, sheet title, latest revision and latest revision date. Thanks, Andrew
  9. Andrew Davies

    Revision Date - can't add to Worksheet

    Hi Inspired by another one of @Jonathan Pickup excellent webinars - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jFLNVWW0pyE - I have been tidying my title blocks. I have got it working nicely but there is one thing I just can't do. I have created a worksheet to build a drawing schedule with the sheet number, title, revision number and revision date (I wanted to make my own - didn't like the built in ones. That is all fine- but I can't get the Current Revision date to show. The formula I use is : ='Title Block Border'.'Current Revision Date' - but it comes up with an Error. ='Title Block Border'.'Current Revision Number' works just as expected. Any one have any ideas? Thanks, Andrew
  10. Andrew Davies

    AMD or Nvidia, any real world comparisons?

    Ok - So I got my Sonnet eGPU and AMD Radeon WX7100 Pro - and it was a resounding DISASTER!! Well - not a disaster, that is too strong, but.... The Moshi DisplayPort to USB-C / Thunderbolt 3 cable (https://store.apple.com/xc/product/HLR62ZM/A) did not work with my LG Ultrafine monitor. The packaging does say “Or, connect your DisplayPort computer to a USB-C / TB3 monitor - bidirectional support) - so I really thought it should work. It also says 5k is supported. Why on earth it doesn’t work I don’t know. So I hooked it up to my sons ancient old DVI monitor and loaded up a fairly heavyweight VWX file to test There was a definite difference - but not massive. I thought Open GL would be pretty much instant but not really. Hidden Line rendering took awhile (I think that’s still CPU so no surprise). Felt quicker editing “Section in place” but not massively so. Comparing this to my MBP 2016 with a 4GB Radeon built in card. So - I will probably give it a couple of days and then return it. The shop I bought it from have already said they would refund if it didn’t work. Would love to know why that Moshi cable does not work when the packaging claims it would. Even if it did work, I would have had to come up with some work around to get my webcam and speakers working. If it was a HUGE performance improvement then ok, but not really worth the hassle. Will put the £900 towards a Mac Pro whenever they come out. Andrew
  11. Andrew Davies

    Select a random assortment of objects?

    Interesting thread. On another subject - having this many 3D figures in your drawing - can I ask if the file is nice and responsive still?
  12. Andrew Davies

    A “by current class” choice in symbols

    19 votes for this wish! Would be interested in hearing thoughts from Nemetschek on this
  13. Andrew Davies

    AMD or Nvidia, any real world comparisons?

    Hi just about to go on site for a week but think I am going to order the Sonnet 550w eGPU with a Radeon Pro WX7100 with 8GB to test out when I am back. Was hoping Apple would release a new Mac Pro soon but that’s not happening until next year at the earliest apparently. Hoping this will make Open GL lovely and smooth on my MacBook Pro
  14. Andrew Davies

    AMD or Nvidia, any real world comparisons?

    Ahh!! Thanks Jim Looks like I would just need this cable : Moshi USB-C to DisplayPort Cable https://store.apple.com/xc/product/HLR62ZM/A Then I can connect the DisplayPort output from the graphics card mounted in the eGPU to my USB-C monitor. I think? Hoorah!
  15. Andrew Davies

    AMD or Nvidia, any real world comparisons?

    That’s correct - connect the eGPU to the MacBook Pro with USB-C But I am talking about the connection from the Graphics Card that is installed in the eGPU to the monitor. Ie - MacBook Pro — eGPU — Monitor
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