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  1. You are right @Matt Panzer, the bug has been fixed.
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    VW 2018 and Door Hinge Markers

    Hi @Matt Panzer I was just editing my response to you. The bug is not present any more. Use hinge marker class setting was activated but I was doing something that did not make sense in another place. In my section viewport, under advanced section viewport properties>Objects Beyond/Below Cut Plane>Line Style> I was using a class setting and not the original attributes of the window. My apologies, my bad!
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    VW 2018 and Door Hinge Markers

    @Matt Panzer I'm using the spanish version of Vectorworks 2019 service pack 3.
  4. @Matt Panzer take a look at this post which in a way is related to this post. There's a bug that doesn't show hinge markers according to a class in hidden line.
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    VW 2018 and Door Hinge Markers

    The bug of not showing the correct line characteristics using the class attributes in a Hidden Line render still exists. I hope it gets fixed soon.
  6. I think this is a bug. I hope this is fixed in a future service pack.
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    Best Bang for the buck Imac vs Imac Pro

    Hi @jeff prince I'd go for the iMac instead of the iMac Pro. It's Intel i9 processor is very good and according to what I've been seeing on the internet has been managing thermals very good. It's a shame though that the new iMac doesn't have a T2 chip or two more thunderbolt ports and the 10Gb ethernet port but all of this stuff are not essential at least for me... Also never buy RAM from apple if you have the option to upgrade it yourself and buy it elsewhere. A video comparing both machines: Here I leave you two screenshots of a beast of a machine under $6000 ($4249.00 + $948.99 = $5,197.99) https://www.apple.com/shop/buy-mac/imac/27-inch-3.7ghz-6-core-processor-with-turbo-boost-up-to-4.6ghz-2tb# https://eshop.macsales.com/cart/?added=OWC2666DR4S128S Hope all this helps a bit on your decision.
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    Title Block Reports

    Many thanks once again @Nikolay Zhelyazkov. I hope the bug gets solved soon.
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    Title Block Reports

    Hi everyone, Is there a way to customize the reports one creates via the Title Block Manager? The reports I mean are the Project Revision and Issue History Reports. I'd like to place them all in the same sheet layer but I don't want the company info to be repeated in the three reports. I would very much appreciate a hand. I've tried editing this file: "Libraries\Defaults\Reports_Schedules\Title Block Reports.vwx" and then placing the edited file in my user folder under application support but I've had no success. Hope someone knows how to do it! I leave the part of the VW manual that has info on what I'm talking about: http://app-http://app-help.vectorworks.net/2019/eng/index.htm#t=VW2019_Guide%2FSetup%2FProject_Revision_and_Issue_History_Worksheets.htm&rhsyns=
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    Title Block Reports

    Many thanks for your answer @Nikolay Zhelyazkov. I have one more question though. I've been able to delete the text inside the worksheets and that functions properly, but when I try to eliminate a set of rows (which to my understanding don't contain any 'Title Block Issue Data') things don't work as expected. Is it possible to delete rows and not just the text one doesn't want to shows? I've managed to customize all worksheets the way I want. I'm just having a bit of trouble with the Revision History format of the images I attach. I attach a screenshot (sorry it's in VW Spanish edition) which explains the rows I want to erase and the result after in the worksheet after I erase the rows (also after updating the resource browser libraries). The rows I deleted are created once again in the working file. I'd like the worksheet to show as image 2.
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    Twinmotion Plugin + Sync

    Twinmotion is now offered for free until Nov. 2019!! More info here: https://www.unrealengine.com/en-US/blog/epic-twinmotion-join-forces-easy-high-quality-real-time-visualization?fbclid=IwAR0zIcQtUN_KiJHTs7rCqT6NDIlW1vntLnhjV8Nd9yarltfEqTwbqY4zVDc
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    TV All-in-One

    Very quick and efficient way to place a TV of any size.The TV also looks very good for renders.
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    TV All-in-One

    Many thanks @Stephan Moenninghoff now everything works perfect, even when copying from file to file.
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    TV All-in-One

    @Stefan, this solved the issue in version 1.0 .0
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    TV All-in-One

    @Stephan Moenninghoff I have tried what you said but it did not help. Maybe it's because I'm using Vectorworks in spanish?
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    TV All-in-One

    This is an amazing marionette object! For some reason though when I make any changes to the options, the TV dissapears... What should I do so that the TV appears and doesn't hide?
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    STRUCTURAL MEMBER BUG(s)

    But still in SP3 VW 2019 Structural Elements don't merge with other structural objects in section...
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    STRUCTURAL MEMBER BUG(s)

    It seems some work has been done to solve issues with Structural Members and stories. Hopefully now it's working fine. Take a look at issue this issue: VB-158260 - Structural Member not working with stories The above issue is contained in this release note: https://www.vectorworks.net/downloads/notes/2019SP3_Notes
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    Structural Member and Elevations

    Apparently the issues occurring with structural members and stories have been solved in SP3 VW 2019. Take a look at issue this issue: VB-158260 - Structural Member not working with stories The above issue is contained in this release note: https://www.vectorworks.net/downloads/notes/2019SP3_Notes
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    Structural Member and Elevations

    Hi, I would like to know if everybody ese is having this problem or maybe I'm just understanding incorrectly how structural member work. When working in a file that has stories and levels adjusted, I create a structural member and when trying to adjust the Elevations (start bound, start offset, end bound, end offset) the structural member simply does not obey the levels I'm assigning to its boundaries. The element changes height inconsistently, this happens if the element has been drawn as a beam or column. I would appreciate if someone can tell me what I'm doing wrong or maybe it's just a bug and we need to wait for a service pack.
  21. Many thanks for your answer @Tolu At the end what solved my problem (as you explained...) was that I saved a copy of the working file (a) as a vwx and then opened a new working file (b) and copied all elements form the copy of the working file (a) into the new working file (b) * note that the new working file is already in vwxw format. Luckily no work was lost! Thanks!
  22. @Tolu After doing an administrative release... how can user x commit once again to the PF? User x is trying to save but he gets this message: The commit operation failed because your permissions were changed or the exclusive locks on items you had checked out were released by an Administrator. I guess this is because a Administrative Release has been done. But I though the Administrative Release was in a way temporal... not permanent. What can I do so that user x once again can commit to the PF?
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    STRUCTURAL MEMBER BUG(s)

    oh and one more thing... it's strange that there are literally no videos about this tool. The only one I found is this that's from the design summit 2016 presentation.
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    STRUCTURAL MEMBER BUG(s)

    I've also been trying to use the tool but it has resulted impossible to do so. The elevation limits simply do not work... I created this post But then found this one which basically proves that the tool is not working properly.
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    Structural Member and Elevations

    hey @zoomer I see that you liked the post... how have you been getting on with the structural member tool?

 

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