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  1. I would like to make a simple worksheet to show the length (perimeter?) of a linear materials of specific classes in a drawing. Where would I find the proper syntax for length of a linear material? Thanks in advance.
  2. Got it. Thanks so much!
  3. Thank you for your input. I would appreciate more specifics. The area code (#area#) under object function and parameter functions appears the same. Could you provide more specifics. Here is the default tag field information:
  4. It’s been a long time but the problem remains the same. When I use data tags for landscape areas, I can’t seem to figure out how to make it limit the square footage to whole numbers. I can’t imagine anyone would want the decimal places out six places as the is seemingly the default. The problem does not occur when using data tags with hardscapes. Tech support says it's a bug but has yet to provide a fix or workaround. Anyone else running into this issue or have a fix for it? See below image. Thanks
  5. Just curious how others deal with showing borders on portions of hardscapes. For example, where it meets a planting bed along one side but not where it abutts a building wall along the same side. So in the attached image, I want borders along the curved areas but not the straight areas where the pavers abutt walls and buildings. I see that you can do borders on 'start', 'end', 'left' and 'right' but often that doesn't provide you enough adjustments. I know you can ungroup a hardscape and leave border edges but it seems a waste of time and it also messes up the area and perimeter calculations if you have to segment everything apart. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
  6. Lisar

    LAPTOP

    Really? Others from VW tech-support have suggested my graphic card is too outdated for VW 2019. Haven't attempted installing 2019 based on that and others comments here in the forum.
  7. Lisar

    LAPTOP

    Does anyone have a recommendation for mid-range laptop to run VW 2019? Many people suggest gaming laptops but they are so ugly. MSI Creator might be tolerable but seems pricey. Has anyone tried out the Dell G7 17 Gaming Laptop? I use a lot of MS programs including MS Access so likely to stick to PCs. Also like having a large screen and number pad. I currently have an XI PowerGo laptop that is about 6 years old with a nvidia 650 graphics card, 8GB RAM, 750GB 7200 RPM SATAII-300MB/s and Intel® Core™ i7 3740QM 2.7/3.7GHz-1C Turbo Boost- 6MB Cache Quad-Core/8 Threads 3rd Gen. 22nm. Running Windows 10 Pro (Also not a very attractive system in my opinion.) Thanks in advance for any input.
  8. I got my issue resolved by adjusting the text size for the plant label. Selected the plant symbols then used edit text size. When I reduced the text size the distance between the leader line and the text adjusted on the few symbols that had large offsets. Now they are all the same and look fine.
  9. I am having the same difficulty. Text is too far from the tag line for some but not all of the plant symbols and cannot figure out how to adjust it.

 

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