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Comment by akinlolu olugboji on April 6, 2011 at 1:35pm
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akinlolu olugboji replied to Albert D Hart's discussion New nXtRender 0343-NI04
"Walkabout Window also freezes AutoCad and requires the intervention of Task Manager to shot down the session, rendering can only be done in AutoCad Viewport for now."
59 minutes ago
akinlolu olugboji replied to Albert D Hart's discussion New nXtRender 0343-NI04
"Open Layer Material Scheme no problem (after the apploading process), save scheme no problem there too. To load a saved scheme to another drawing, AutoCad freezes as soon as you click the Apply button. The Task Manager is the only app that can now…"
2 hours ago
alan posted a discussion

Plant Editor

I now installed the new version of the latest build and the plant editor came up.Thanks.See More
23 hours ago
akinlolu olugboji replied to Eric Clewes's discussion Getting Whites, White
"Peter Miller, seems a guru in that area."
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akinlolu olugboji replied to Albert D Hart's discussion New nXtRender 0343-NI04
"Yes it does."
yesterday
Rich Hart replied to Albert D Hart's discussion New nXtRender 0343-NI04
"I posted a new version, 0337-NI15, with the correct Plant, Material and Image editors for the 0337 toolkit, so you won't need to rename ArObjects64.dll to get them to work. I hope to be able to post a version tomorrow where the Layer…"
yesterday
Albert D Hart replied to Eric Clewes's discussion Getting Whites, White
" The explanation above was put together for "beginning" rendering people. I'll be interested in some better ideas for more sophisticated models and renderings."
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Albert D Hart replied to Eric Clewes's discussion Getting Whites, White
"We often get requests for information on how to make walls, ceilings, or objects being rendered look "Whiter".  White Walls and White Backgrounds are often a challenge, because illuminated items in the real world are almost never pure…"
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