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AmandaM22

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  1. @JustinVH I did. I didn't see anything really change.
  2. The red squares are where I'm looking and it's alright if there's no actual fix for what I'm going to ask. The ones I've pointed out look significantly different than the rest. Is there a way to change that or is that just how they're going to look in the paperwork? I've tried changing line weights and things and everything is set to just have a black outline, but so far, nothing I've really tried has worked. Thanks in advance!
  3. @Pat Stanford @Boh Solved it! Thank you both!
  4. @Boh I did try that on my original file, it rotated at some point and took the rest of the drawing with it. It didn't start rotated and everything I've tried since then has created the two views. The rotate tool in the view toolbar creates a "rotated top/plan" view and a "top/plan" view. Rotating it with the rotation tool does the same. If that's the only solution, I'll live with it and see if I can move it into a new file and have it not be rotated or something like that just because I know my bosses have a preference.
  5. @mjm I went with the simpler one for now. I'm probably going to change that later since just about everything else I'm doing is in 3D, but for what I need it for right now, the simpler one was faster and easier.
  6. Hey again, I appreciate you all so much while I navigate this program for a pretty major undertaking of updating all of our drawings. So this time, not a seating problem. This time, on this one drawing, my plans are showing up rotated, but I don't remember if or when I rotated them? Is there a way to fix that that permanently changes the rotation and doesn't give you the option to look at Top/Plan or Rotated Top/Plan? I have attached an image as well that shows what I'm looking at. I put the PDF I'm working off of into another drawing just to see if it kept the rotation, and it did. Thanks in advance for the help!
  7. @mjm It worked! Thank you so much!
  8. @mjm Awesome, thanks so much for the information! I'm trying it out now.
  9. I am so sorry that I have no idea what I'm doing with these chairs, but I thank you all for your patience and help. This time, I pretty much just need to number my seats, however, the seating tool was not at all doing what I needed it to be doing so I switched over to just using an array and editing from there. However, now it seems that you can't number them or that I can't convert the section I made into a section Vectorworks likes. So basically, from here, I'm not sure if I need to scrap the array and go back to fighting with the seating tool or if there's a few crucial steps I'm missing. Thanks again!
  10. @zoomer Thank you for that! I will try these methods out and see if that solves it.
  11. Hey all, I really hope I haven't missed this somewhere in the forums either, but I would really like to be able to edit the widths of the chairs that I am using in my file. I can edit them in 2D, but I don't think I'm really doing that right. I'm effectively just editing values in the OIP. Is this something I need to just accept I can't do or is this something I need to make a custom symbol for? I'm really just not positive about how to go about doing that if I do have to effectively make my own chair from scratch. Thanks in advance for your help!
  12. Hey all, I really hope this is where this post belongs and I also hope I am not asking the same questions as someone else and I just wasn't able to find it. Anyway, how much can I edit stair railings? In this instance, I am needing my stair railing to change from having guardrails to not having guardrails because the stairs go from being open to being in between two walls. The image I added to this post shows where the guard rails need to stop. Is that possible to do or not so much? Would I just need to make my railings from scratch? Same with adding a center railing. That one does need to go all the way up the stairs though. Thanks in advance!

 

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