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I am using some ArchVision RPC objects. I admit they are old and i don't have a subscription anymore.... but they have worked in the past. Problems I am currently having is these objects are not casting shadows and there is a strange "shaded" area behind some of them. 

1) is this common? does NXT still work with RPC?

2) should i just uses an object to get the right shadows? I don't have any Palm Trees and that is why i am defaulting to RPC.

3) i am willing to pay a subscription but need to know if it will still work with NXT or not.

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Most RPC trees are just 2D tree images and don't seem to cast correct shadows very well in nXt.

You could try making some palm trees with the nXt Plant Editor and then saving and using those palm trees.

My mistake.. all it was is a dumb setting that had turn on the shadow and remove the jitters. Sorry! NXT works fine with RPC...

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