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Plant editor
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Can anyone help? does anyone know where can I download the plant editor?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by akinlolu olugboji Apr 12.

Swimming Pool Coping
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HI, I need help, I'm a swimming pool designer and i seem to have a problem with pool coping everytime I try to render pool coping none of my patterns are perrallel to my pool edge rather they go from…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin Lockwood Jul 16, 2011.

 

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akinlolu olugboji replied to Dave Cart's discussion Plant editor
"Here are some You can create with the plant editor or if you still have your AR3 Cd install then insert plants there then open in Nxt to render."
Apr 12
Alfons Akamp replied to Dave Cart's discussion Plant editor
"I have here also this plant editor.Unfortunately, I miss a lot of plants and flowers that were once in AR3.Will there be something for AR5? Ich habe hier auch diesen Pflanzen Editor.Leider vermisse ich da eine ganze Menge Pflanzen und Blumen die…"
Apr 5
Rich Hart replied to Dave Cart's discussion Plant editor
"You should already have it if nXtRender is instaleed. Look in: C:\Program Files\AccuRender nXt"
Sep 1, 2016
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Plant editor

Can anyone help? does anyone know where can I download the plant editor?See More
Aug 31, 2016
Kevin Lockwood replied to Dave Cart's discussion Swimming Pool Coping
"good. Its a bunch of work, but I think in the long run, really makes a difference.   The samples are fro an old ar3/4 job. That material used some fake caustics which really doesn't work very well in nXt."
Jul 16, 2011
Dave Cart replied to Dave Cart's discussion Swimming Pool Coping
"Thank you it worked. great water texture"
Jul 16, 2011
Kevin Lockwood replied to Dave Cart's discussion Swimming Pool Coping
"basically, build each tile"
Jul 16, 2011
Dave Cart replied to Dave Cart's discussion Swimming Pool Coping
"excuse me for asking but what do you mean by Model"
Jul 16, 2011
Kevin Lockwood replied to Dave Cart's discussion Swimming Pool Coping
"It might be best to model the coping. Especially on a curved pool. Otherwise, you may have to break your coping into pieces to get the mapping close. This sample was made by extruding the coping around the pool. Then using the same path, used array…"
Jul 16, 2011
Dave Cart replied to Dave Cart's discussion Swimming Pool Coping
"Sorry Heres some better pics. Im just having trouble explaining what I m looking for the  number 1 pic that shows the coping that i keep comiing up with. the 2nd is what im looking to accomplish"
Jul 16, 2011
Dave Cart replied to Dave Cart's discussion Swimming Pool Coping
"here's 2 samples, the first shows the rendered coping not what i want. the secound shows the coping the way i need it come out but rendered"
Jul 16, 2011
Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Dave Cart's discussion Swimming Pool Coping
"Attach a picture."
Jul 16, 2011
Dave Cart posted a discussion

Swimming Pool Coping

HI, I need help, I'm a swimming pool designer and i seem to have a problem with pool coping everytime I try to render pool coping none of my patterns are perrallel to my pool edge rather they go from right to left and up and down but not perrallel to the edge. I hope i explained it right.
Jul 16, 2011
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Rich Hart replied to John Prentice's discussion AUTOCAD 2018 XREFS
"I posted a new version, 0358-QF23, with a fix for this. The Material by Layer was not being recognized correctly in XREFs in AutoCAD 2018.  Please try the latest version from the downloads page and see if this new version works correctly…"
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George Ioannidis commented on Bryan's photo
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"Path is OK. Peter Milner has done some stunning results using hybrid engine, though it requires really long rendering times for noise clear images. For his job he has got super powered rendering cluster with n² cores and lots of GB of RAM. The…"
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"George, this is the path tracer engine. Do you have another recommendation? I am still figuring out materials. I will note that for future renders."
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George Ioannidis commented on Bryan's photo
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"Is this done with hybrid render engine or the basic one?Comment not about rendering: Stone material is visibly repeating and I thing also out of scale (too big). Looks more like wallpaper, as there are windows and the wall is too thin to be made of…"
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Roy Hirshkowitz replied to Peter Milner's discussion obj files
"Hmmm... I'll take a look at this in nXt for AutoCAD when I get a chance.. it should work. I doubt if the specular maps will work-- I don't think the textured meshes use standard materials.  You are reminding me of why I need to…"
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George Ioannidis replied to Peter Milner's discussion obj files
"Peter, I was able to ad all specular and bump maps in Blender right, but for some reason nXt isn't recognizing it at all. The only texture it passes through is the main diffuse map.I am thinking of modifying the basic material (with only…"
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