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Hi, guys. To much time, uhm?

I am having problem to change the resolution of the render. It doesn't matter if ia change de resolution in pixel slot, prin or viewport. My image always will outputting in 446x446 pixels.

Why?

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It sounds like you have not entered your license number and your trial has expired.

Have your purchased nXtRender for AutoCAD?

I see. But i have the same license in my office computer, and ther it is normal.

Have you entered your license into the License dialog for nXtRender?

What happens when you click "Check LIcense and Validate"

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After receiving your license for nXtRender, load the license dialog and enter the license.

To load the License Dialog, click the down arrow on the right of the nXtRender Toolbar, and selectRPS License.

Enter you License Number and other information and click ‘Check License and Validate’

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