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Scott C. Parker

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  1. You might have used the page setup or print setup settings in the template file that carried over with the new file.
  2. Hi @Wesley Burrows I've not played with this. Would you please post a test file so we can explore? Thanks, Sc ott
  3. Have you played with using the slice/split tool instead of the aisle tool to separate the seating into separate sections? It might serve you better. Can you share a file for testing? Just the seating layer.
  4. Please post a sample file showing how you used the User Field or a custom record mentioned above. It'll help us explain how to get where you need to be.
  5. How did you build your data tag? It sounds like it might not be associated with the LED screen. I find the easiest way is first to select the object to which you wish to attach the data tag and then use the "create data tag style" command under the tools menu. This makes sure the data tag will be associated with my object. If I created my data tag for a TV, it won't work with an LED screen. With that said, you can use the small triangle of the data tag to "associate" the data tag to the LED screen. Perhaps that will fix the issue. Do you have a sample file you can share? Como você construiu sua etiqueta de dados? Parece que ela pode não estar associada à tela LED. Eu acho que a maneira mais fácil é primeiro selecionar o objeto ao qual você deseja anexar a etiqueta de dados e depois usar o comando "criar estilo de etiqueta de dados" no menu de ferramentas. Isso garante que a etiqueta de dados estará associada ao meu objeto. Se eu criar minha etiqueta de dados para uma TV, ela não funcionará com uma tela LED. Dito isso, você pode usar o pequeno triângulo da etiqueta de dados para "associar" a etiqueta de dados à tela LED. Talvez isso resolva o problema. Você tem um arquivo de exemplo que pode compartilhar?
  6. @Tom Lightbody Could you share a small file for testing please?
  7. I shared this one that might be useful to play with. Though, it's not linked to layer height.
  8. You'll need to turn off Summarize for that column. Then, you'll need to use other columns to force sorting in the order you wish to have the info displayed.
  9. Hi @Martijn Wingelaar, If you can point us to incorrect symbols and the supporting paperwork from manufacturers, we're all for making needed corrections. These would be counted as bugs and would be added to the list of needed fixes as VW continues to be developed.
  10. @jkirchhofer Thanks for looking into this. We are working on solutions, but the timeline will likely not make either of us happy in the short term.
  11. We are working on improving the schematic view workflow to deal with many of these issues. It's not you, it's us. For now, the best workflow I've seen is seen in @markdd's video on YouTube. Search YouTube for Mark Doubleday Schematic Views and see if his workflow works for you.
  12. @Sam Joneshas a script that places all symbols in a file into a design layer, along with the symbol name.
  13. @Alex Keen You may need to clear your local RM cache file. Refreshing the RM doesn't always do this. Delete the RM Cache folder and then refresh the RM and it'll pull down a complete set of updated RM files. Win: C:\Users\username\AppData\Roaming\Nemetschek\Vectorworks RMCache\rm2024 Mac: /Users/username/Library/Application Support/Vectorworks RMCache/rm2024 Your file location might differ.
  14. Cable paths are not obtaining the names of the objects they are snapping to yet. Here's what I do: Set the auto numbering to match what you're snapping to before placing the paths. For example, if I'm snapping to my truss runs 1-6, I'll set auto number with a prefix of Truss- with the first number matching the first/next truss to be snapped and set the suffix to -Path. Then place paths in the order matching the truss clicks. This results in: Truss-1-Path Truss-2-Path Truss-3-Path You can also use the spotlight numbering tool to number after the fact.
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