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Hello to all!
I had the plugin to insert Archvision RPC and worked well. But I had some problems with my computer and had to reinstall everything (autocad 2011, nXt, Arcvision Dashbosard), but now all my RPCs appear watermarked. How can I solve?  It is possible to install an older version?

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Sounds like a licensing issue. Make sure your Dashboard is registering your license correctly. 

Well, in old version there wasn't need. I have a RPC library in my HD and i just inserted the models and work fine, now that I had installed it again, they show the watermark. I hope there is a way to turn back to the good old time...

Prueba restaurar windows a una fecha anterior, claro siempre y cuando no hayas tenido que formatear el disco duro.

EUREKA!!! I got it! If anyone wanna knows, just insert your RPCs as you like (by plugin or drag and drop) but before render just uninstall the Archvision Dashbord. They will not be watermarked. This works with new files and the old ones, but after uninstall the only way to insert RPCs is drag and drop, and can't preview for the first time, but once you have put the RPC, it will be at your list in the AutoCad plugin. Can you all understand? Cause my english is not good.

i tried to uninstall the dash board yet the water mark still flow on my model (am using autocad 2013

     please help

Hi Kaseem,

well, I discover that are an old version of the dashbord that works fine. It will creat an Autocad shortcut, and you will can edit the path for your RPCs. Don't need to install the nwest version and they will not be watermarked.

go to https://www.archvision.com/dashboard and download ArchVision Dashboard (Legacy Version)

Let me know if it works with you to.

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(is this right?)

Hello, how to make a watermark disappear? Thank you. I am using RPC for AutoCAD2013.

I wonder why so much efforts at beating ArchVision.

Not so much efforts at all

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