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We will perform a system update on the Vectorworks Community Board on Friday, Dec 8th, from 3.00 PM to 6.00 PM EST. During this time, the site will be unavailable. I appreciate your patience.


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  1. Hello, is the UK version only sellable in UK? I am in Italy, thank you, best regards, D.
  2. @zoomer The same for me shorter lag (0,2 sec??) on mac but still too long I don't know this driver, for now I have installed the latest driver provided by my manufacturer specifically for my laptop (ASUS Zephyrus GX531) so you think that I should try this CC driver? Worth it? thank you!
  3. @zoomer yes, I thought that a space navigator would solve the problem. It is a pety to have this kind of behaviour. I have noticed that it happens after any rotation of the view. It takes even more, 2 or 3 secs, togive you the possibiliity to select any new command. Do you think that could be any settins or best practice to minimize the problem? thank you!
  4. Hello to everybody, I have searched for this issue and I am really surprised that I couldn't find posts about it. Don't you think that zoom, pan and orbit commands activation both thru mouse wheel and toolbars is incredibly slow? (VW 2019 and 2020 both Win and Mac) I am talking about more or less 1 second but it is really disturbing and it make working with VW very frustrating; expecially compared with other 3d modeling sw. I have a 9th gen i7 and a RTX 2080 that is kind of a "monster" in 3d navigation in any other software even with realtime rendering and raytracing activated. So how can happens that navigating an OpenGL model, low quality setting, no antialiasing, is so laggy? I think that the problem is not in the model navigation itself, maybe the problem is in the speed of the activation of the commands zoom, pan and orbit. Since when the command is finally (1 second avarage) executed I can zoom/orbit/pan the model very fast. I hope that I have been able to explain my problem and that you will help me to solve it, thank you, Davide
  5. ahah, interesting. Yes, it is going to fix itself :), thank you Jim
  6. yes I can imagine it is a huge work. But how can I find the old posts? internal search is much less efficient than google used to be. Plus I cannot find marionette forum anymore. Is it still there?
  7. Hello, I am not able to locate forum posts from google search. I am looking for marionette post and I used to use google search to locate them. Now I cannot find them anymore. Where are them? thank you all David
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