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Hello Vworks World! Hope everyone is doing well in Covid times! The Vectorworks University programs have been amazing to check out during our mandatory home time. So, I am struggling with with a combination of Industry standard practices of having a "callout" style deck plot and drafting in 3D. In the show that I'm doing, I have 4 tail downs from 2 line sets at varying depths, and 2 Lustr Series 2 on each tail down. The goal was to render and test my beams in the plot, as well as create a 3d accurate version of the theatre, but my professor is now showing that what I need to do for clarity and data is create a deck plot using callout boxes in a separate design layer that shows *vertically* where they're being hung on the pipe, as well as all of the data that goes with each instrument (purpose, Channel, and Unit #). In my circumstances, I also have to be careful to not have 2 instruments representing the same data, because I'm using the Lightwright 6 Data exchange system. How on earth do I either A: create a movable section view of just the tail down and get the data properly transposed on it with text boxes. or B :have multiple symbols (2d and 3d) representing the same instrument, without repeating the data in the LW6 data. I really like having the 3d lights in the space, as I'm using a live section viewport for the whole drawing, and testing the beams was so helpful, I would hate to just delete it for a footprint. Please let me know if anyone knows anything about this, or if this is just wishful thinking! I've attached a few images to help! -Hrindous
Students and professors can now request our free educational Vision software by filling out our educational Vision request form. https://www.vectorworks.net/en-US/education?showModal=academic-lab-request For schools, professors and IT people can request lab donations of our educational Designer software now with the option to add on educational Vision, educational ConnectCAD, and educational Braceworks via our lab donation request form. https://www.vectorworks.net/en-US/education?showModal=academic-lab-request Student/professor licenses of Braceworks and ConnectCAD are not yet available at this time. Feel free to reach out if you have any questions, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.