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KIT KOLLMEYER

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  1. I have, thank you for the links rDesign. For anyone reading this in the future, our current method is to set the story to the lowest floor in the level, then manually adjust intermediate slab Z heights in the OIP or just drag them up in the model. Then either AEC>fit walls to objects (slab layer), or manually adjust them with the reshape tool. Fitting the walls to the slab layer doesn't always work well because it will defer to the top slab in overlapping instances. I think there's definitely room for improvement.
  2. I'm not sure what the best method for VW would be to build in this functionality, but it needs to be done. We're designing a home with multiple floor levels on each story. It should be easy in Vectorworks, but it's actually complicated because stories aren't set up to handle split levels. The advantages of BIM decrease when you have to manually fiddle around with slab levels and wall heights.
  3. Associative dimensioning doesn't seem to work in viewports. Am I missing something? I'm in a plan viewport annotation. I have auto associate checked in document preferences. I'm dimensioning wall objects. If I go back to the design layer and move a wall, the dimension in the viewport annotations does not follow the wall move. What's up with that?
  4. We're using Vectorworks cloud tours fairly often these days. It's great for remote meetings and allowing clients to easily walk through designs. One of the larger drawbacks is that there is no way to update an image without deleting it. This means that when we create our next iteration of a project we have to create a completely new presentation and relink all of the images to the other views. It's not efficient. I'm asking for an option to update images (panoramas) within a tour so that we can continue to improve the tour without starting over. Here's a better explanation: https://www.loom.com/share/61e510d34ded48a9822b844d311a8526 Thanks
  5. Since covid, we're doing all of our meetings virtually. Cloud presentations have been very helpful in this way. We export panoramas from each room to organize and share walkthroughs with our clients. But... it takes too much time to manually export a panorama for each individual saved view. You can batch publish saved views to images, so it seems reasonable to ask for a batch export panorama feature. This would be a big time saver. Thanks
  6. Ah ha, thank you. That did the trick.
  7. I have an elevation marker that I would like to link to a viewport. The red broken link shows next to the marker. In the OIP, Section Viewport: Not Linked is grey so I cannot select the viewport. Screenshot attached. Does anyone know what's up with that? I can't seem to stumble upon another way to link it. I'm on VW 2020 Architect. Thanks, Kit
  8. @Kevin K I’m wondering if you have found a better solution to this issue. I’m about to start an A-frame house project.
  9. Here’s a presentation I made with VW cloud: https://cloud.vectorworks.net/presentations/11eaaceb6fcea4a2a50a0e4ea18416f9/ First, there’s no way to edit the cover page, which looks cheesy and shows my name instead of my company name. I already asked for that in another post. Second, there’s no way to enter full screen on a phone, which makes the frame size not responsive. Also, the VR function doesn’t work on an iPhone browser, even though there’s a button for it. All of our clients, whether we like it or not, use phone browsers. It would be good for VW to recognize this. If I send them a link to a presentation, they should be able to view the walkthroughs smoothly. If there’s a VR button, it should work.
  10. Thank you michaelk, this is exactly what I needed!
  11. Is there a way to create automated floor and roof type schedules? I have modified the pre-formatted wall style report to create a nice wall type schedule that suits our needs. I'm not sure how to do the same for roof and floor slabs. Any thoughts? I've attached my wall type schedule file and screen shot. Wall Type Schedule.vwx
  12. Thank you for these! The temperature, wind, and sun path work great. I get the attached error on the precipitation chart and the psychometric chart. I'm on Architect 2020. I'm having trouble figuring out the fix as I'm just getting started with marionette.
    Thanks so much for making these. I am also getting the Index Error message. I'm on VW Architect 2020.
  13. We haven't had this problem since January. We copied content into new files, redid our sheets, and stopped using project sharing. I've been afraid to use Project sharing since then, so we just don't work on the same project at the same time. It's not ideal, but at least we aren't back-tracking anymore.

 

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