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  1. I am trying to go through the tutorials here however when i open the exercise files for part 6 all of the Marionette nodes are stacked on top of each other. Changing the units of the document as well as changing the layer scale has no effect on this. The solution is to scale the entire network - not sure why this is However when I
  2. Thanks - I saw that but it seems a clumsy and cumbersome solution for most of us. I may try it out as there is no other solution.
  3. It is really a P.I.T.A. and a shame that the script editor does not do auto-completion like most other editors out there. I think I and many others would be able to delve into this level of customization if this were a part of the program. Instead we have to have the Function Reference open and search for every single thing we want to do in the vs library. When I type for instance 'vs.RectangleN(' I should get a pop-up or at least a reference in the window below of all the parameters of the method. Without this I don't think I will ever be able to use this tool.
  4. I have this problem continually with curved hardscapes and walls. setting the openGL quality to very high has no effect. The problem even translates over to lumion.
  5. Isn't the 3D Polys to 3d Loci command supposed to do this? I've tried but that too fails. see image for error
  6. I too have this problem - searching works periodically then not at all.
  7. Nope. This didn't work for me.
  8. Nope. That doesn't work. It looks like while trying to fix something else they broke this. Why on earth would we want decimals in a plant quantity tag? Do they know it is not possible to order fractions of a plant?
  9. Why is it that when you add a bubble to the plant tag it does not surround the text we have control of but defaults to the quantity/ID? What is the purpose of the tag bubble if we don't have any control over what goes in it? Am I missing something?
  10. Thanks for taking a look - it's odd that apparently this hasn't been noticed yet. I have files in 2018 where this worked so it looks like this was broken in 2019.
  11. Thanks Alan - I solved it on all the elevations - one of them was a simple matter of turning off 2d display objects
  12. Thanks Alan. Though this is what I am trying to do - as shown in the image from the help here http://app-help.vectorworks.net/2019/eng/index.htm#t=VW2019_Guide%2FRoofs%2FCreating_Roof_Components.htm&rhsearch=creating roof components&rhhlterm=creating roof components&rhsyns= I am not able to accomplish this as shown no matter what I do - to have the core insulation clipped by the walls as in real life. You are showing the insulation going beyond the walls under the eaves - not how we would show it or build it.
  13. I've tried the suggestion above without success. Here's the file. Nothing I do removes the seam. Perhaps this is because I have the slab thickness factored in and the exterior finish extended above the top of wall? I have once again resorted to manually drafting elevations and sections because i cannot get any of these tools to work properly. WALL SEAM TEST.vwx
  14. Just wondering if the root of this question was ever answered fully. I have found that none of these roof and wall associations work as advertised even in the simplest of cases. Take the attached for instance. I am able to get the roof insulation to clip at the wall only in some places but on the gable ends. No matter what settings are input I get the same results. This is created from a VWorks default wall style with 4 walls and a 'create roof' command. All the components are VWorks default library - I can't draw any other conclusion from this other than it is a tool that simply doesn't work right. ANyone else?
  15. I cannot for the life of me figure out how to get a roof to properly meet a wall. The image says it all - the gable ends aren't working - the structural/insulation component is different on each pitch when the wall is the same along the entire side. All walls are properly joined. I've sunk hours into this -- I give up. Attached is the file if anyone can figure it out. ROOF TEST.vwx

 

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