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I'm not been able to bring ceiling materials from Ceiling/Acoustical Tile file into Materials

dialog box to apply to layers in AutoCAD. I checked the rest of the files and they all worked.

Any idea on how to fix this issue? Thank you kindly.

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Thank you kindly for your files.

They worked fine and just in time for my deadline.

I appreciate it.

You are welcome.

I believe you are experiencing what I had awhile back - it has to do with how the material files are physically named (specifically the ceiling tiles, I don't recall coming across any other material not working).  You just need to physically rename the actual material files and remove the commas from the name.

Post reference: http://accurender.ning.com/forum/topics/material-bug?commentId=6293...

Amazing, a simple comma makes the difference!!!

Mike I appreciate your help, it works like a charm.

Thank you kindly.

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