AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Is there a way to delete an unused material from the list. I tend to create a new material instead of editing the old one in case i want to go back to it in the future.

 

~Thanks, Derek

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Purge it (acad command purge)

Thanks, purge didn't cross my mind.

You may want to save the material to file if it is a custom material before purging. That leaves the option to go back to the old material or use it in a future project.

after purging, in the material panel in Nxt right click an empty space and chose refresh from the pop up. You no longer see the materials that are no longer used in the drawing.

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