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  1. rDesign

    2019 Spinning Ball of death

    Which version of macOS are you running?
  2. rDesign

    Working with consultants using Archicad

    @Jim Smith - I don't have any practical advice to offer, but I did find an older related thread that might offer some insight:
  3. rDesign

    Import SketchUp 2018

    No worries - I certainly understand your frustration. Hopefully, implementing SketchUp v2018 Import in Vw2019 just fell through the cracks and it can be implemented in a SP (so that we don’t have to wait until Vw2020)
  4. rDesign

    Import SketchUp 2018

    @ericjhberg - I agreed with your OP and I already up-voted it as well (as of right now the lone vote of support). I have not confirmed this personally, but I read in this support thread that SKP files downloaded from the free SketchUp for Web are version 2017 files; which might be an immediate short-term solution until Vw2019 supports importing SKP 2018 files.
  5. rDesign

    why did my model turn green?

    I remembered an older thread about Heliodons creating ‘green’ shadows which may or may not be related to this current thread:
  6. rDesign

    Import SketchUp 2018

    Agreed — SketchUp 2018 was released in November 2017, which should have been enough time to get this into Vw2019. The Vw2019 Help File says it imports SketchUp version 4 through 2017, so if you have access to SketchUp 2018 you can ‘Save As...’ the 2018 SKP file down to 2017 SKP (or older).
  7. rDesign

    Twinmotion Plugin + Sync

    Link to an article about Abvent’s Twinmotion 2019 performance test on a MBP (macOS Mojave) using both built-in GPU & eGPU: https://twinmotion.abvent.com/en/boost-twinmotion-performance-egpu-macbook-pro/
  8. rDesign

    3D "plan" view - I saw this somewheres

    @Jim Smith Perhaps it was this thread? In case this wasn’t the one you were thinking of, I found it by searching google images for “plan site:forum.vectorworks.net”.
  9. rDesign

    VW 2019 Publishing PDF problem - fonts garbled

    The image sizes of the screen caps you linked are very small (at least for me), but similar issues with PDFs with garbled text have been reported before. (I thought it had been fixed as of Vw2019, but perhaps not). Maybe one of these threads below might help you find a solution other than having to ‘rasterize text’: https://forum.vectorworks.net/index.php?/topic/44624-pdfs-printing-in-gibberish/ https://forum.vectorworks.net/index.php?/topic/51085-font-mapping-when-exporting-fonts-on-pdf-become-pixelated/ And a KB article on how to validate fonts on macOS:
  10. In my case, the opposite is true. My VSS subscription renews at the beginning of September, about 2-3 weeks before the new full-version release. Based on the not-quite-ready state of the past several full-version releases, I don’t bother installing the new version until at least SP1 comes out, and by that time I am past the 30-day window for a full refund.
  11. Here’s a link to the reply that was provided when I asked a similar question:
  12. @Matt Panzer - thank you for the explanation and video. Perhaps in a future version update, instead of having to override the section Cut Plane individually for each item in the Section VP, there could be an option to override the section Cut Plane per Class, so that no objects on the Furniture class would be cut in that section (for example). Maybe this is what the ‘By Viewport’ setting in that ‘Cut Plane and Display’ dialogue box already does. Thanks.
  13. Maybe this ^^^ question was already answered in a subsequent post, but I couldn’t find it - I’m still curious what the answer is. Thanks.
  14. Most likely the issue is that Vw2018 has major issues running on macOS 10.14 Mojave.
  15. I don’t know if it will find everything you’re looking for, but there is a ‘Find-Replace Text’ command, which works on text strings within text objects, record fields and worksheets. http://app-help.vectorworks.net/2019/eng/index.htm#t=VW2019_Guide%2FText%2FFinding_and_Replacing_Text.htm

 

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