AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Dear all,

Any idea how to change material icons to the bigger ones (or very big...) in nXt window to make it easier to work with? I mean instead of normal ones - if possible, of course...

Any help or idea appreciated... Thx in advance.

Regards

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Cześć Maciej,

I think that the only person competent to answer your question is Roy.

View via windows explorer, but a direct drag and drop from Win Explorer to Nxt Material Panel of Autocad Scence would be a welcomed improvement.

 

Yes, indeed. Let's hope it happens one day.  :)

You can drag & drop from Explorer already. You can also adjust the size of the preview in Explorer too.  I do this all of the time. Am I not understanding you correctly?

Maciej was talking about material preview icons size inside the nXt side pane in AutoCAD.

Suddenly Drag and Drop started working.

Okay, so I'm not going crazy! Glad it's working for you now.

You can't-- the program can be changed of course, to allow it.  This is an interface issue, you can request it from Renderplus for the future.

Ok, fair enough.

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