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    Warped Pad

    I'm trying to create a warped driveway (off a sloped street to a flat garage), has anyone had success with this? It seems like a pad can only slope in one direction.
  2. Thanks JasonMichael, I've been meaning to open that can of worms with windows (I've dabbled with other hybrid objects) good to hear you find it productive. I'll give it a try!
  3. So I have 5 sheets of beautifully set-up interior elevation viewports on a new house project... then the house elevation had to be raised by 18".... and now all the VPs are offset in their crop window by 18" Is there a setting or quick fix for this, or do I have to actually edit every VP?
  4. Anyone know a way to make a window with 4 panes AND a sloped top? (or a transom with a mullion to line up with the window below?) Other than faking 2 windows side by side.... Transom.vwx
  5. Yes, love that tool, thanks. I still want to call it "array" from the old days of AutoCad in the 90's
  6. Ah, so the railing / fence is a series of short ones? That's a good workaround, thanks.
  7. I use the handrail tool often to create frameless glass guardrails, but it takes a lots of fussing to get the spacing right to get even panels across the entire length. Wouldn't it be great to have the option to select either the upright width or spacing and evenly distribute the other based on a number like the "Move /Copy by Points" tool? For example, you could enter 10 glass panels over the chosen length with a 2" spacing between (with an option of starting and ending spaces as well as uprights) and end up with quick and easily adjustable guardrail. Screenshot and file attached RAILING.vwx
  8. Anyone else experience this disappearing act when doing a walk-through? In open GL as I walk forward there are elements , walls, cabinets, etc. that disappear while moving but reappear when stopped. (I made a .mov but the file won't upload...)
  9. I'm trying to create a corner window /door detail (using a window as a door), and for structural reasons need to keep the window set in but the door needs to be flush so it doesn't hit the wall at the hinge. When I give them different plan wall offsets the corner doesn't link up. See 2 attached images. Anyone have a work-around?
  10. In an effort to make workflow more streamlined with fewer work-arounds, it would be great to see more display options with terrain models. Particularly the option to display in a VP with transparency to show the relationship with the building on sloped sites. Currently I have to trace with a polygon in 2D in the VP like the last attachment.... are we drafting or working in BIM? ūüėČ
  11. Thanks for in depth response, much appreciated! That all makes sense, I guess I should be using the jamb elements as intended.... And I've used that approach on the wall component textures before for parapet walls, etc. so I should have figured that one out myself. Thanks again, I'm going to fix this up now.
  12. Thanks Christian, here's a simple file extracted from my working file, with the same settings. Window File.vwx
  13. Hi Guys, I’m working on a passive house and have a question about windows in thick walls with a sash offset. If you look at the attached image you can see that though the sash is offset the separation between int & ext jamb stays centred… which makes it impossible to have separate ext colour / int colour in renderings. Am I missing a setting or is there a work-around that anyone knows of?
  14. Hi Tmorgan, I found this issue went away once I updated top the new Mac OS and VW SP.
  15. Hi Rob, This was the first time in a long time I didn't migrate everything to a new computer, so it was a clean install. But I might try another install without my settings and see if there is a difference. Thanks for the suggestion.

 

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