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  1. khumenny

    Windows - Offset Sash and Jamb Separation

    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.
  2. khumenny

    Windows - Offset Sash and Jamb Separation

    Thanks Christian, here's a simple file extracted from my working file, with the same settings. Window File.vwx
  3. 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?
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    VW 2019 Crash on Quit

    Hi Tmorgan, I found this issue went away once I updated top the new Mac OS and VW SP.
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    VW 2019 Lag & Spinning Wheel

    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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    VW 2019 Lag & Spinning Wheel

    Anyone else experiencing general lag and the terrible apple spinning wheel while selecting and editing in VW 2019? I just up graded to a new loaded iMac from and old macbook pro and it feels like I'm actually working slower sometimes. I'm set to "good performance and compatibility" as I was before but still it seems like I'm stuttering along in my workflow....
  7. khumenny

    Hide Classes Within Layers

    I like where this discussion is going.... Foreground plan section hidden line views, adjustable plan section heights (helpful with stepped foundation walls, etc. 3D section view plans might also allow for slab textures to actually display the associated hatch pattern in plan.
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    VW 2019 Crash on Quit

    I’ve had this problem for a while, when I “quit” VW the windows close then I get the spinning wheel for a long time and I have to “force quit” and it says VW is not responding.
  9. rgcn, the Rhino guys I worked with in film used those but I never tried one with VW, good to hear you say it works well. That might be the answer.
  10. This is the ONLY thing I miss from Sketchup... easy 3D navigation. (Apple magic mouse) Also would be good to use left hand gestures on a magic trackpad, pinch zoom / two finger rotate, etc.
  11. Nice work-around!
  12. khumenny

    Hide Classes Within Layers

    Hi Neil, In plan, the reason I like to see the floor below is to show how it relates to the working level, for example, any architecture that extends beyond the footprint of the working level, decks, roofs etc.... but as I type this I see where you're coming from as I don't separate my slabs to their own layers so perhaps I need to start doing that and I wouldn't have this problem. Right? It's kind of creepy how you did that.
  13. Hi Alan, interesting that it works as a VP class over-ride but not as a class setting, thanks for that, much appreciated. Now it would be nice to have the ability to adjust the opacity... I'm so hard to please...
  14. khumenny

    Planar Objects in Viewports

    Hi Christaan, Thanks, I think I now remember it coming and going in 2018. I'm using the latest 2019 SP.
  15. Thanks Alan, but I do have it assigned to the right class and it doesn't display the transparency / opacity in hidden line render.


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