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  1. I am using the universe field, but there are still prefix, start#, increment, etc, and if I leave them blank, they will read A:0 I would rather not use colors for the universes. I would like to simply show or hide the universe letter next to the light in a color that I designate (different from channel, instrument #, etc) thanks
  2. If I fill in the universe (say, A:)prefix in the number instruments window and then I actually number the instruments, the universe field will always show a number after the prefix. If I clear the start# field, it will always show A:0 for the universe after I have numbered the instruments. My goal is to have the universe letter in its own color and to be able to edit it in the label legends manager. I have seen it done, and I believe there is a way to do it without inputting it manually.
  3. Hello- Using vw 2009 I am wanting to show the letter of the universe for instruments using the label legend manager, ie not manually typing it in for all of the lighting. The only thing I have been able to do is under the universe tab in the manager, I type A: in the prefix, but then If I leave the numbers blank, it ends up A:0. Is there a way to be able to show the universe letter attached when numbering lights with no number after it, and have it be color-coded? Thanks!
  4. Kool Aid- These people were only trying to be helpful. Try to remember that next time you ask others to save you
  5. Thanks for the warm welcome, and the info. I have updated my sig
  6. Thanks for your reply. I sometimes hear about printer problems with vectorworks. Is there anything specific to watch out for when considering a printer, or should any printer work just fine?
  7. Hello- I am a new user looking for a 13x19 printer for my spotlight projects. I found the HP Photosmart Pro B8350 1200DPI Photo Printer online, which is one of the much less expensive ones and would like to know if I am going to run into problems using a printer of this caliber. Any opinions and/or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance for your help

 

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