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Mauro Pujia

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  1. Hey! Any new about this? Facing exact same issue, can't solve it.
  2. The images I post are from a document using the scales you mention and with the Zoom Line Weights toggled OFF (means no big lines each time you zoom in, which is the default configuration). If I do not modify the Line Weight Scale (leaving default = 1), I will always get the Line Weight showed in the third picture. Line Thickness on classes are set between 0,03 and 0,04 so this shouldn't be a problem. Feeling this is the only way to have a decent output...
  3. For design layers, I use 1:50. My viewports containing lighting instruments go from 1:50 to 1:80. I try no to go higher than this otherwise my label legends go really small and are unreadable on ISO A3 (I always print on this page size) Sometimes I use 1:100 or higher (1:200, 300, etc) for viewports used like "maps" showing big areas of the stage or venue.
  4. Hi Since the first launch of VW 2019, I've been facing problems with the line thickness when exporting my sheet layers to PDF. I looked for some posts about this topic but never arrived at a concrete solution. I discovered that when I change the "Line Weight Scale" on the advanced options panel of my viewports I no longer have the thickness issue on my sheets, you can compare it with the images below. I want to know if there's any way to configure this value but as a document preference instead of going viewport by viewport. I found something similar on the Document Preference window but with design layers (also image attached below). In fact, I took the value criteria from here to modify my VPS line weight scale and worked perfectly. Different Lines Weight Scales from low to high:
  5. Probably late, but also would love to see a webinar about this topic.
  6. One thing to take into account: I first put the focus point (in this case I used two) referenced to the original design, this way doesn't work. You must put the focus as if you were focusing the "DLVP Fixtures"
  7. Hey New using DLVP, seems to be a great tool but I'm facing the same problem Sebastian posted about the 3D orientation of my fixtures. I go through this steps: 1. Draw my design on top/plan view with lights (position field filled) and trusses (converted to hanging position) 2. I run "Create Plot and Model View" 3. I get my DLVP, I rotate it to obtain the desire result: in this particularly case its a +90º rotation to see my "ex" top/plan design vertically in a new front view. 4. When I get the viewports I do the +90º rotation, trusses are okay but fixtures get a random 3D orientation. PS: I try including Z Rotation on them also, but it doesn't solve the problem Here some images:
  8. Hey Edward, thanks for answering. I'm doing step by step an Arnet connection between Vision (running in Mac) and grandMA2 Light. The problem is that when I plug it in the second Arnet slot on my console, Vision crashes and quits instantly. Doesn't happen with the first slot (which is MA-net) This is happening with the SP2 version. Do I've to delete any kind of cache folder? Maybe is that!
  9. Is there any post explaining how to connect Vision 2018 - GrandMA2?

 

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