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jason schneider

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  1. This time it switched itself to "overwrite original file." Not as bad as switching itself off, but still doing whatever it feels like.
  2. My favorite new feature of VW. Nothing like crashing at 5:15 PM and losing 2 hours of work.
  3. And just like that, the "dummy" class enters the workflow. Thank you!
  4. I hadn't thought of that, but it doesn't seem to work with doors. ...Unless I'm doing something wrong? (The two green boxes are solids placed in the wall to test the "Fit to Objects" approach.)
  5. Thanks for the response. Yes, the Wall Edit tool. Just happy to hear I'm not the only one. I can get super uptight when dimensions don't work out and lines are thrown off by .001" Probably more of an issue for my therapist. Cheers!
  6. I know I'm in the weeds here, but are wall modifications points allowed to be directly on top of one another? I simply cannot get a 90 degree line. If yes, how is this accomplished? If no, confirm this is not possible and I will stop beating my head against the wall. Thanks!
  7. How is it, after three years, I'm just discovering he Move menu command. 😂 Thanks for the clue, Pat. This is a hangover from Autocad / Microstation / Powercadd experience where these are two separate and distinct commands. The VW Move command (from the menu) is fine, but my expectation on day one of VW was that you'd initiate the move hotkey ("M" or whatever), select a point, and then either select a second point or input distance and direction at the cursor; exactly how the "Move by points" tool works. It's having to select the Move or Copy mode after the command is initiated that feels counter intuitive. If I could wave a magic wand, I would separate the commands into two: "Move by points" and "Copy by points," which I'm sure would be incredibly contentious, especially with the VW lifer's out there. I appreciate the discussion, everybody. Cheers!
  8. Even after three years, this is still irritating. How hard would it be to have a separate "move" command? The existing move/copy command doesn't even need to change - just a separate move command. Or am I just screaming into the void? That's better... I feel better. Thanks!
  9. I really like this tool so far! This is a long shot, but is there any way to eliminate these lines? Thanks!
  10. They sure do. Sounds like the guys are on it. Thank you!
  11. Slab components are disappearing when adding drainage to a slab. What gives?
  12. Never would have found that. Thanks Gents!
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