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  1. I know there are some workarounds for this, but it'd be nice to just have the option to have fixtures excluded from paperwork in the object info panel. Either that or being able to select the classes that the paperwork will create from. I have a class for all standard fixture elements, but I also have a separate class strictly for house lights, so I can visualize with them on. Being able to remove them somehow in a native feature would be brilliant.
  2. Does anyone have symbols for Astera leds? They are a newer company. Thanks!
  3. In every office I have worked in, and all the plan sets I have looked at a simple surface mount incandescent light fixture symbol (I know they are on way out) in 2d plan view looks like the fixture in the middle. While VW symbol is the one on the left. Meanwhile the simple circle often indicates a recessed fixture. I like that VW puts the R in recessed, why not a P in the pendant instead of a black filled circle which then resembles what the majority use for smoke detectors? Does anyone use these symbols or do you just use your own?
  4. I have 3 light pipes each with 9 fixtures. When I select all fixtures and turn on light only 8 beams show at a time. (every configuration is always only 8 visible at a time...all show as on thought) If i then go to a single fixture and turn it off a beam that visible will appear on another fixture...usually a differ pipe. I have even deleted all fixtures and put the back into the drawing. Same thing happens every time. Here is what happens with select all fixture and turn light on... Here is what happens when I manually turn on 8 lights, after 8 the system will start hiding beams for every light I turn on.
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