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  1. Enjoyed reading everyone’s comments/excitement about the new Apple Silicon Macs. I’m running a trash can late -2013 Mac Pro that is almost 7-years old. I too am anxious to upgrade my computer to these super fast Apple Silicon Macs. I am also excited to hear that VW2022 will run natively on the Apple Silicon processor. I expect an M2 and M1X processor next year along with all computers (except Mac Pro) to be updated. I hope I can last until 2022 when I expect a Mac Pro with M3 processor to be released. My computer will be 9-years old at that point but I think the Mac Pro will be really fast and worth the wait.
  2. @zoomer I'm not running MacOS Big Sur. I'm running MacOS 10.15.x Catalina which is over a year old. I'll look to see how I can note that in the bug report. Thanks.
  3. @Oliver Hauser I'm sorry, I don't know anything about Windows. I think this was a common problem when upgrading to MacOS Catalina because the OS was over zealous in removing things.
  4. When I submit a bug, it asks for my current OS, but the most current listed is MacOS 10.14.x. MacOS 10.15 was released over a year ago, but not listed. How do I submit a bug for the Bug Submit form?
  5. @Oliver Hauser @BenG The solution was posted by @Jeremy Best on March 3, 2019. I am reposting here for your reference: 1. Quit Vectorworks 2019 2. Go to: Macintosh HD/Library/Application Support/Vectorworks 2019 3. Select and copy these three folders: ⁃ Gobos ⁃ Library ⁃ textures 4. Go to: Macintosh HD/Applications/Vectorworks 2019/Vision and paste them in. 5. Reopen Vectorworks.
  6. The text of the section line is at an angle, but when I reverse direction, it is displayed correctly. It is displaying like this for some, but not for others. Very annoying. Can we get a fix to this?
  7. @Matt Overton This tip helped me soooooo much!
  8. Agreed! I can't believe such a commonly used tool has not been upgraded to a more flexible tool yet!
  9. Still not fixed?!? There are so many things wrong with this, I can't even...
  10. Sky

    Revit Import Not Working

    @Vasil Kitanov I found 2 refit files from a huge refrigeration manufacturer that don't import correctly in v2019. Can you confirm there is a problem with 2D and 3D View import? DefaultType.rfa DefaultType.rfa
  11. Sky

    Revit Import Not Working

    @Vasil Kitanov This was helpful, thank you. When I import as 2D and 3D Views, I am able to go to the sheet and see the 2D drawing. It comes in as an Annotation to a blank design layer that doesn't exist. I thought I couldn't edit it, when it turns out that if I choose to edit Annotation, the drawing is there. Lots of weird quirks, but it is good to know that I can make it work without 2017.
  12. Sky

    Revit Import Not Working

    @JuanP That was interesting to hear. I had been unsuccessful at importing almost any kitchen equipment manufacturer Revit models. So I did some tests to see if I was doing something wrong and this is what I found: 1. If I import as 2D and 3D Views, there would be nothing there. 2. If I import as 3D Model View, it worked. 3. If I import as a Revit (Batch), there would be nothing there. At least I know that I don't have to rely on 2017 now, especially since Mac is going 64-bit only soon. It would be nice to have the 2D and 3D drawing - so hopefully someone can figure this out. I've included 3 files so you can text this for yourself. Thanks! Desco CPG-2:90 Plus.rfa Door-Flush-Custom-Wine-Preservation-T24IW900SP.rfa Vulcan V1FT36.rfa
  13. Sky

    Revit Import Not Working

    Revit import in 2019 still not working! Will 2017 be updated for Catalina support (64-bit)? 2017 was the last (only?) version that could import Revit files properly.
  14. Sky

    Revit Import Not Working

    I find VW2017 was that only version that properly imported Revit files. If you have access to that, import there, save as VWX and then open up in VW2019.


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