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Josh Schulman

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  1. I was trying to see if there was a way to do it in viewports, but that is a neat trick.
  2. I was mostly trying to save myself the time of choosing the different options I use with OpenGL much the same way that a Renderworks Style remembers your choices.
  3. Is it possible to use Open GL with Renderworks Styles? Thanks!
  4. Hi Rob, I spy in your Resource Manager Lumenpulse. Does that mean it is being added to the libraries? 😁
  5. Is the design summit still going to happen as scheduled? I ask as have have had several dozen jobs (gigs) cancel on us over the past few days. Thank you, Josh
  6. I've said this before and I'll say it again, VW should have an actual photometric grid tool that makes use of IES files. Think AGi32. https://lightinganalysts.com/software-products/agi32/overview/ Currently, there is no way to use VW to accurately tell you how much light is on a given object. In Architainment, this would be a killer feature.
  7. I think I've found the culprit. The file I"m working on started out as a VW2019 file and was then brought into VW2020. I"ll try it as a 2019 file and see if I keep getting the same results.
  8. When placing motors (or hoists) in VW2020, the X and Y values will not update to a given origin on a drawing. As an example, if you have 2 different hoist origins and you toggle back and forth between them, the motors will not change their X/Y values.
  9. I found some typos in the pop-up help for Braceworks.
  10. Could you please change the 2020 logo so it does not look the same as the 2019 logo? Just the colors. We keep the last couple of version of the software just in case there are stability issues. Thank you
  11. I'm working with a drawing of a convention center and the beams that all the rigging comers off of are not of a type listed in the structural member tool. They are 68DLH18. Is there a way to make beams like this using this tool?
  12. You could always make your one C-stand. What would be really killer is if there were a plugin that allowed you to spec a stand and tell it the height and arm length. Sort of like the genie lift tool.
  13. Does Braceworks know about grapples? Is there a way to get BW to understand what they are and how they work?
  14. I still get some white rendered results when I’m rendering viewports. I haven’t figured out why it is inconsistent.
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