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Hello;
I just bought the NXT version to autocad 2010. I used version 4 and version 3 before.

I must say that I was right in inserting objects rpc with older versions, but now I have some problems :-(

I installed the plugin Archivision, but I do not know how to insert them.

someone can explain the procedure step by step?

thanks

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This from their getting stated page is an AutoCad 2008 interface.

You could try installing the plugin version AutoCad 2011, it just might work.

You can download older versions of the installer here: 
http://www.archvision.com/dashboard 



Framl Daughtry said:

I have my RPC file in a configured path and installed the Plug in.  Unfortunately I'm using Autocad 2010 and the NXT Plug in only goes back 2011.  Alejandro mentioned that you should be as close as possible.  This is computers guys, not horse shoes.  Does close really work?  So far I got nuttin.  Help.

You have to scroll down to the bottom of the page to get to it.

akinlolu olugboji said:

You can download older versions of the installer here: 
http://www.archvision.com/dashboard 



Framl Daughtry said:

I have my RPC file in a configured path and installed the Plug in.  Unfortunately I'm using Autocad 2010 and the NXT Plug in only goes back 2011.  Alejandro mentioned that you should be as close as possible.  This is computers guys, not horse shoes.  Does close really work?  So far I got nuttin.  Help.

Thanks much, I did use the 2011 plug in and it did work with the 2010.  I wouldn't have bet on that one.  All RPC content is loading fine.

 

Thanks again.
 
akinlolu olugboji said:

support@archvision.com

Reach them there, but I believe happens is that as newer versions of AutoCad Releases comes the older version of the plugin gets pushed off the Dashboard Interface. I have being using it I think since AutoCad 2008.

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