mjm

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  1. Super duper Mark, thanks very much. Can't wait for a moment to dig in.
  2. What can I say? All of a sudden, out of the blue sky morning, this has begun to happen. If you look closely, you'll see I am in Top/Plan, but the view shown is anything but, and beyond anything I have ever seen VW do.
  3. @Markdd: a lovely render indeed. Break your fixture construction down for us, I for one am curious as heck to see how you created these.
  4. Sadly, I have exactly the same fear. The Vision tool is useful (when it works) as a way to focus, choose gobos and an overall look, but most of my clients are far to tactile for the crude visualization Vision can produce, and most of my renders are 1—5 minute renders, nothing all that special.
  5. Here's a sample of the wall wash unit. Don't remember if I used an IES file. Yup, I did. CF-72 Virtual.vwx
  6. This seems to be an issue across all multi-circuit spotlight fixtures. If I need truer output, I make the fixture myself, <hopefully> using the MFR supplied IES file. Pee in the A, but gets the job done and I don't need a million Focus Points to focus the thing:
  7. Thank you @JimW
  8. I had the same dissatisfaction with the same seminar. Thanks for speaking up @Andy Broomell
  9. Sam: may I say that your tools keep me from personal blood-letting over and over again. One of the great advantages of Sam's Channel range selector is it's useful ability to select discontigous ranges and speed of doing so.
  10. Pat: stellar reveal of existing solutions. Was needing this literally ten minutes ago, as well as yesterday several times.
  11. ^what he said. srsly. Having said that I think it might be fun to see how the various ways of creating the ball foot saves/balloons file size. Primitives anyone?
  12. When necessary, I keep a morgue file with originals as symbols, so I still have access to history, then it's a matter of editing symbol and then symbol replace or import, which offers to replace.