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DGMacNair

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  1. I have been using that exact computer since 2017 and it works great for my needs. With occasional giant files (500 mb±) it bogs down a bit during some processing but otherwise is a great machine. Rendering time is okay but can be irritating when waiting for something to happen. Also using programs like Bluebeam is not easy as it is no longer supported on the Mac platform. Kind of peculiar since Nemetschek is the developer for Vectorworks and Bluebeam, go figure. If the machine you are looking at is affordable and less than a new iMac I would go fo it.
  2. Thanks for diving in! For me, this issue is only in v2021. V2020 works accurately. Even though I hoped v2021 would be trouble free, I at least can use v2020 to do the work I need to.
  3. Here's a curious issue with Landmark 2021. When I create a drip area the flow goes off the chart when I create a branching drip area. A snaking drip area has a more accurate flow calc but the PSI required is crazy high. Attached is a screenshot showing the issue. I have reported this to VWX but have not heard any response. This is a big enough issue for me that I can't use 2021 for irrigation. Most of the irrigation here in California is now drip, mostly in-line drip tubing. Fortunately this is not the case with 2020. Any thoughts on this?
  4. Thanks for that. I was able to regain functionality by using the Migration Manager. Always learning. All good now.
  5. When accessing palette menu the first two items, Snapping & Attributes show and work as expected. When selecting Object Info, Working Planes opens. When selecting Working Planes, Resource Manager opens. When selecting Resource Manager, nothing happens. Likewise with Navigation and Visualization, nothing happens. At this point I can't access the OIP, Navigation and Visualization panels at all. Any thoughts out there?
  6. Hi Pat, Thanks for the reply. The file is attached. If the intent is not clear let me know and I will elaborate further. Thanks MAWA Reporting In-Progress.vwx
  7. Thanks, all I can say is me too. Pat, are you out there?
  8. Hi, It's curious (but I am a newbie). When setting the criteria (Type is Valve, then Type is Hydrozone), the worksheet does not seem to allow for calculations between the two types. Attached is a screenshot of data I am trying to work with.
  9. When working with worksheets within a report I have hit a road block which seems like there must be a simple solution. Basically I have been trying to get the data attached to an irrigation valve (flow) to perform a calculation with other data from a hydrozone (area) or a design zone, or drip outlet zone. The bottom line is I would like to multiply the flow rate in gpm times the area of a hydrozone. Simply multiplying the data base header cells does not work. I have attempted referencing the data base header cell in secondary worksheet but all I get is the sum total of all the individual area records. I have been trying to use hydrozones because I also need percentage of total landscape as part California’s Water Efficiency Landscape Ordinance and the calculation I need will provide precipitation rates. I would hope this can be achieved with a single worksheet. I am able to do what I need using custom Record Formats attached to the valve or hyrdrozone but the data entry is painful and tedious. One thought is, is there a way to get Record Formats to automatically read the associated data? There may be other workarounds I am not aware of. Any thoughts or direction would be greatly appreciated.
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