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  1. @Tamsin Slatter Thanks very much! I'll drop them an email
  2. Hello everyone, I've finally got a work computer and I can't activate my copy of Vectorworks 2019 because of my license code was used on too many other computers. I used to have a external and nomad install of macOS which made me re-activate the software again on every new computer, and probably used many activation allowances. Now I'm finally settled with a personal and a work computer. Is there a way to change the license code and/or reset the activation count? I'll make sure to keep it on my machines only in the future. Thank you very much!
  3. @JustinVH That's awesome! Thank you very much!
  4. Hi Thanks for your answer. I'd like to share the file with you but it keeps failing when processing it after upload. Here's the link to another drive: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1m6uEKiuZZiW34URrP0YOwzMqF2mBsgOf/view?usp=sharing Thank you
  5. Hi! I'm by no means good at Vectorworks yet, my question might be silly but it drives me mad. I'm trying to design a truss using the integrated Insert Truss function and I'm using Prolyte H30D elements straight from the Ressource Manager. If I put a base down, then try to attach a vertical truss bit to it, it end up at the wrong angle. Because Vectorworks did automatically connect the two elements together, I'm expecting the angles to match. If I manually correct the angle of my vertical section in Properties, it gets unlinked from the base, and if I move it again, connect it, the angle is automatically changed back to the wrong value. It seems like the autoconnect feature rotates my truss in the wrong direction. Video attached for easier understanding : https://imgur.com/a/TOAc5dT Thank you!
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