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Ethan R.

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About Ethan R.

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    Designer & Exec Prod. / Snr Prod. / Tech Prod.
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    Afghanistan

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  1. I've had a Gigabyte Aero for the since Nov 2017 - and it is still doing rather well. A log of guts for a good price. I've heard the new OLED versions are pretty slick! (though I think they are only 15") https://www.gigabyte.com/Laptop#AERO-series
  2. I find this intermittent as well. Nothing solid to report here 😞
  3. @Brendan Gray@Charlie Winter - Very cool ! Thank you.
  4. we have all noted this for years. The new model of 'annual release' to justify subscription packages is the culprit. This - i belive - is a practise started by apple wit the iPhones and has come to dominate the industry. Gone are the days when software could refine itself over years. The push for new features now outways basic functionality; and we are all dealing with bloated software. Anyone wonder why Acrobat is over 1GB of code?
  5. Apologies if this has been asked and answered ... When checking layers in/out we are asked to make notes - which is great! Is there a way to see a running list of those check in/out notes? - Perhaps even linked to a design space object on each layer that shows notes relevant to that layer? That way one could track changes between updates (as long as there is good note taking). On that _note_ is there a way to simply show changes since your last sync? Thank you! E
  6. yes - there is the indicator on the top left of the upper menu bar. However - this is ONE instance where I actually want notifications (usually the bane of my existence). It would be incredibly useful to have a notification of when someone opens a working file, checks out a layer, etc ... This would really help i think 🙂
  7. @EAlexander Now that is an explanation that makes sense. Modeling vs. CAD Thank you
  8. Thinking of giving this a try . https://cad4arch.com/dxf_exporter/index.htm
  9. OBJ comes in as mesh. Will try the .3ds and .dxf next 🙂
  10. ugh - what a pain in the ass 🙂 Thanks!
  11. @zoomer Does that mean you can go Blender - FBX -> C4D -> VectorWorks ?
  12. Yes - that is the file you have in the slack 🙂 It comes in as Meshes however; which is a drag. Blender -> OBJ <-- VectorWorks an .fbx file import would be much better. does c4d take .FBX ?

 

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