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  1. In my case i do this because I design allot of products / furniture. For example: when i design a table with a wooden table top I create part symbols and assembly symbols. Each part, in this case a screw, piece of folded sheet metal, a wooden table top, etc, gets his own part-symbol (P_01, P_02, P_02) Each assembly gets his own symbol as well: main assembly > A_01, sub assembly > A_02, A_03, A_... etc. Al these individual part-symbols and assembly-symbols have there own individual design layer, and there own individual sheet layer that all correspond with the symbol name. The separate design layers are needed to be able to create sheet layers with views of each specific part or assembly. I would be amazing to just be able to drag-and-drop symbols on sheet layers for the creation of viewports (left, right, top, bottom, back, isometric, perspective)
  2. If u use the compose command (modify menu > compose) you get one nurbs curve, then create a nurbs surface from that (model menu > 3d power pack > create nurbs surface). A nurbs surface can be shelled (3d tools in pallete) This will give you an extruded nurbs 🙂
  3. https://www.vectorworks.net/en-US/2020 A shame that the window and door tools are still lacking, but the history based modeling tools are going to make 3D-modeling so much easier and faster. This will have a big positive impact on my workflow!
  4. Is this possible for DLVP that refers to another layer in the same file as well? In my case there is no reference file.
  5. Hi all, When working on design proposals I make extensive use of design layer viewports. This is great for the creation of different options, styles and colors. Now to my question: Is it possible to 'import' the geometry shown through the DLVP on the layer where the DLVP is on, like an ungroup/decompose or an old fashioned autocad explode 😉 ?
  6. It happend to me when is changed the staking order in the navigation pallette as well.
  7. A disclaimer that I do not work with the localized version, so no personal experience with it. I use the international version, but the grass seems pretty green in Belgian and Holland.
  8. @elepp and @drelARCH If you not already did please vote this wish up like Christiaan said. Thanks!
  9. I shared this before but the Belgian / Dutch version has a nice combined door and window tool with allot possibilities. Maybe VW can find some inspiration in this tool 🙂 Ability to combine doors and windows and change the type of door an window for each section individually: Ability create all kind of (overhead)doors: All kind of sliding doors and the ability to change how the different sections slide. The most common wall details correctly drawn in 2d and 3d. This is possible for the horizontal en vertical sections:
  10. Ahhhh, can we please have this text in the help file of Vectorworks 😉 @Luis M Ruiz 🙂 In C4D this is the progressive mode I think.
  11. Yes indeed, explanation in help is a bit cryptic in my opinion (but English is not my native langue)


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