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  1. Hello, If you want a really convincing result: use subdivision modeling.
  2. @Viviana check the file name. You will always get Teigha Error when using system reserved characters in the file name: https://help.interfaceware.com/v6/windows-reserved-file-names
  3. +1, The petition makes sense, a lot of events are in urban and open spaces. if is there for 2 industries why not the third.
  4. We do exactly that. In the architectural layer we put the floor finish. We have a separate layer for the ceilings. Something like this, for each floor: 1. Mod-Structural: slabs and beams 2. Mod-Installation (MEP) 3. Mod-Architectural: ceilings 4. Mod-Structural: columns and other vertical structural elements. 5. Mod-Architectural: general furnishings 6. Mod-Architectural: vertical architectural elements / floor finish / bathrooms...
  5. Hi _C_! I had the same situation. We ended making a layer solely for the slab and beams. Now we are using: 1. Architecture 2. Structure: columns, structural walls (layer with the same height and elevation that the architectural layer). 3. Structure: slabs and beams (layer above architectural and structural layers). Note: We put the grade slab in another layer (or in the foundation layer).
  6. Hello, Fantastic thread! Is there a way to assign the attributes at creation in the methods described above. All from a table? Any clue is welcomed.
  7. Looking at the photo: Prepare a base subdivision surface. Then use the create contours tool or use surface array. Depends on the case. If you will use surface array, remember to convert it to nurbs first. Here is an example on one of our projects: Also, as you said, with a Marionette script is going to be better.
  8. After Sp2 you can go to Vectorworks 2019 without hesitation. It's fast, and it's stable. At our office we have an underpowered old Mac min, and Vectorworks moves quite well, of course not for large projects.
  9. RubenH

    grid bubble

    Hello @jnr, Check if you have a Styled Dimension with a Text Style specified on it: We use several dim standards. One specific for dimensions used in the grid bubble. Another for the general dimensions. Both of them with a different text style for more control. You can also: 1. Not text style: nor for the dim standard, nor for the grid bubble (this will work as you expect). 2. Not text style for the dim standards, with text style at the Grid Bubble. Hope this helps, Rubén
  10. Hello All! I"m trying to use the fabulous script shared by @Peter Vandewalle, but get the error in the image. I'm using Vectorworks 2019. Any Clues? Thanks, Rubén
  11. Thanks for your answer. One more question: Will the algorithm be a node by itself or a complete Marionette setup? Best Rubén
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