AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Hello people, maybe somebody tried this, and can give me an answer.

When I want a fast view of a buinding shape, some times, I use the old ACCURENDER 3.1., who whith a 2002 version of Autocad, is still isntalled on  a old machine.

This time, I was doing that, when I remember how easy is to add a “Light Fixture’ whem using AR3.

I take a file of a drawing that I was making, and open it into the old PC, than add all kind of ligths, and return to the new machine to see if NXT could render. It do that fine.

So I ask,  has a simplest way to do this? 

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We don't support the old light fixture libraries, if that's what you're asking-- however, inserting any block that contains light sources will automatically produce a Light Fixture (called a "Luminaire" in nXt.)

Thanks Roy, I will take this way.

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