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  1. Thanks, I will try this.
  2. Hi- Is there a way to publish to pdf without nested bookmarks? My City department does not accept nested bookmarks (huh) Is the workaround to export each page to pdf and then combine them? Thanks Tali
  3. Hi- Using hyperlinks for the first time... How can I change the Hyperlink font and style? It does not conform to the class defaults. Is it possible to use the hyperlink inside a callout - or is it a separate object that I need to physically draw an arrow to the object? Thanks Tali
  4. Thanks both- I changed to Very High setting which worked great Tali
  5. HI- To model a barrel vault, I went to front view, drew an arc, offset and closed open curves extruded. What i got was a segmented barrel vault...... What settings do I need to show it as a smooth arc in section (hidden line) and interior renderings? Thanks
  6. Thanks - Can I move the topic to another forum or do i post a new topic? My settings are with the intent that the title will be above the line and the elevation below the line. It was fine for a while, and now the elevation has creeped up. In the drawing label tool there used to be a place in the OIP to determine the placement of the scale below the line.(no longer there - you need to edit the label for style now) I was wondering if there is a similar way to style the elevation benchmark marker.
  7. HI- How can I position the text so the elevation is below the line, not on the line ? Thanks
  8. In 2021 you can undock the saved view palettes from the navigation palette. dbl clicking gets you to the view you need. (I think..) Tali
  9. Hi I'm trying export to web-view for the first time. I copied the relevant model layers to a fresh file, and ran thru the first couple of steps then got an error message - and not sure what to correct or do differently Thanks This is the message-
  10. Hi I'm trying export to web-view for the first time. I copied the relevant model layers to a fresh file, and ran thru the first couple of steps then got an error message - and not sure what to correct or do differently Thanks This is the message-
  11. Hi- I had a similar problem last year, (12Mb vwx went to 60MB pdf). Turned out that publish to pdf had an option to rasterize text - For each sheet that is published, select options next to the 'Publish to pdf' , and try the opposite of what your default is. That seemed to do the trick for me. (in 2020 - can't select all sheets, need to do it one at a time) Tali
  12. Thanks - Fantastic! Great help. I tried it out. Rasterizing pdf of all 3 sheets - down to 8MB (Even though rasterizing usually increases file size?) Rasterizing text only on all 3 sheets - down to 4.6MB (Rasterize pdf remains unchecked) Its still a mystery to me - but its working!!!! (Viewports were not modified in any way. exact same content. The Building Dept changed its requirements and need some blank space on the cover sheet so they can now add electronically things that were stapled to paper copies before. So I moved some of the viewports to a 3rd sheet.)
  13. Thanks - but I do not have 'Rasterize' in the publish options. (Options is greyed out) Since all the sheets are in the same file - why are 1&2 printing to a smaller output than ABC when it seems to be the same amount of content and no difference in the publish settings? I went through the exercise of removing everything outside the boundary of the sheets as well, - no change. BTW - the viewports are 1 site plan, 2 floor plans, 3 elevations and 1 section. Elevations are rendered in Artistic lines and shadow, hidden line. It should be a very 'light' file
  14. Jumping in a bit late here - but wondering if any new developments have been noticed? Im having trouble only after installing 2020. No issues in 2019 or earlier. I have a fairly small .vwx file with a few design layers. I created sheet 1 and 2 with a few viewports. It published to pdf at 4.6MB I duplicated Sheet 1 to create sheet A and B, and sheet 2 to create Sheet C. From A and B I deleted a few viewports - basically spreading the original viewports over 2 sheets., Now when I publish ABC to pdf, the size is 42.4MB These sheets have the exact same viewports, just allocated to different sheets. All the sheets live in the same file. (all1&2 and ABC) What has made the output so large? Ive been told to rasterize, but there is no such option on the 'publish' window. Appreciate any thoughts I'm on Mac OS 10.13 - High Sierra, Vectorworks 2020 SP3.1
  15. HI I have a fairly small .vwx file with a few design layers. I created sheet 1 and 2 with a few viewports. It published to pdf at 4.6MB I duplicated Sheet 1 to create sheet A and B, and sheet 2 to create Sheet C. From A and B I deleted a few viewports - basically spreading the original viewports over 2 sheets., Now when I publish ABC to pdf, the size is 42.4MB These sheets have the exact same viewports, just allocated to different sheets. What has made the output so large? Has this happened to anyone else? It is occasionally randomly happening on new files too. Not all new files. Appreciate any thoughts Mac OS High Sierra, Vectorworks 2020 SP3.1

 

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