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Chris Busch

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    Exhibit Designer
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    www.owlseeksmouse.com
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    San Francisco, CA

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  1. Hi All, I'm coming up against an issue with output from DomC's wonderful concatenate node. When I serve a list into one input, the output list is not indexed, so the apply texture node isn't recognizing the names as a list. Does anyone have a recommendation for how to condition the output of the concatenate node? The attached network has a worksheet with ten inputs, but ultimately I'll need to do this for over 1000 textures. Thanks! ApplyTextureFromList.vwx
  2. Thank you jonasfehr! Working on an automation project and this is exactly what I was missing!
  3. Amazing, that did it! I was suspicious that it was a data formatting issue but didn't know how to fix it. Much appreciated Gregi! -Chris
  4. Hi Everyone, I'm having an issue with the add list node. If I create a list with the ordered list node and run it in, everything works well, but if I extract that information from a worksheet and run it into the node the result is 0 items. I've tried formatting the data as different number types (dimension, general, decimal) but same result. Anyone come across this before? Thanks! -Chris AddList_Debug.vwx AddList_Debug.vwx
  5. Hi Taproot, I’m just starting to explore how Vectorworks data can be moved to Airtable. Automated scheduled or real-time syncing would be ideal, but I know that can get messy. I’ve found it’s easy to move worksheet data to Airtable with a csv export (save for images), but need to look into ODBC for automation. Have you found any smooth workflows for this? Thanks!
  6. Hi Our Spaces, Do you have any tips or resource recommendations for setting up an efficient VW -> C4D pipeline? I'm just getting started seting mine up as a longtime VW/Renderworks user for exhibition design. Thanks!
  7. Hi Olivier, The only workaround I've found is to create the section viewport as normal, convert it to a group, and then start mirroring. Obviously you lose the viewport link, but it works as a brute force method.
  8. Hi All, RickR and Pat's answers were definitely correct, and I think it's been fixed in VW 2019 (at least with Service Pack 1). The key seems to be creating your report with the classes you do not want visible turned off in your navigation palette. The worksheet takes whatever current visibilities are in place and applies them to the image function, but if you would like to change them simply turn on/off what you need and recalculate.
  9. Hi, I use worksheets as a speedier way to enter data into title blocks, but sometimes my sheets exceed my screen size. It would be great to be able to freeze a column so that I can keep track of object IDs as I scroll horizontally, or freeze rows so I can keep track of my headings as I scroll vertically. Thanks,
  10. Ah, well, good to know it should and hopefully will function like that. Thanks for the info, and thanks for your response as well Rick!
  11. Hi There, Does anyone know if there's a way to turn classes off in a worksheet image? I create symbols to represent art objects for exhibition design, and I embed the 2D component of the hybrid symbols with a number for use on floor plans. This number has a different class than the image I would like to appear on the worksheet. Thanks for any help you can provide!
  12. I've been using the 2015 15" MBP w/ 2.5 GHz i7, 500gb ssd and 16GB RAM and the discreet Radeon M370X for the last year, and I upgraded to VW 2017 when it was released. Here are some thoughts: • 2D drafting works flawlessly, no complaints there • Hidden line performance seems to have dropped following the move to 2017. It's still workable with smaller models, but larger models with many layers and symbols can take ~30 seconds to render wireframe. This seems like a drop in performance from 2016. • When running a mirrored display for presentations, Open GL walkthroughs are no longer possible. I design museum exhibitions and use a referenced file that contains the gallery architecture, so that might have something to do with it, but walls tend to render invisible at random places, etc... • Viewport rendering performance is doable with smaller files, but I've really been struggling with rendering even simple lighting conditions in fast renderworks mode. So I guess the summary of my experience would be that the MBP has performed perfectly well for 90% of what I do, but Vectoworks' capabilities seem to be greater than what the the machine can handle. I'm really interested in the possibility of using an external thunderbolt GPU, but even on the newer MBPs with Thunderbolt 3, Apple seems to have hobbled the ability to do this without some workarounds, but it might be worth considering when looking at machines with thunderbolt 2 vs thunderbolt 3 as they could always unlock the feature at a later point.

 

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