It turned out that the Support folder had been left out in the latest 64 bit nXtRender install, so the nXt material Editor was not showing the sample rendered image correctly.We posted a new install…Continue
"To test all this, first I uninstalled the thumbnail program.
To do that, I just typed in (in an Administrator command window):
cd c:\Program files\AccuRender nxt
then I used the /u switch to uninstall, as below::
regsvr32 /u armatthumb64.dll
"It looks like you have a license that will allow you to load a newer version than that. The llicense that I see that you were last using was purchased March 29, 2019.
Here are the direct links to the SG13 version posted in July 2019:
"I see that if I turn the soffit layer off, that those can lights on the right are working. So I assume the soffit is blocking the light.
Unfortunately, I'm not able to try moving the can lights down for some reason.
I can try looking into this…"
"Unfortunately, the model was still just too large for my machine. After about 15 minutes I had to turn off the computer so that I could do something else while it was rendering..
Could you give me any idea of where the lights are that don't…"
"Can you send us a model where this is happening, to see if we can duplicate it here?
As small a model as possible would be appreciated.
You can use this link to send it to us:
"There is a bug in the logic to find the version with the closest date to your license number that occasionally finds the farm install instead.
You should be able to simply download the install the NK21 or the OA30 version from the link I posted…"
"Panning while placing decals doesn't work for me in any version starting with AutoCAD 2015 and later. Panning does work in AutoCAD 2013.
I'll see if I can figure out what changed and see if we can fix that."
"You were right, Roy. It was about the file name - ash on my head. ARStudio seems to be very ok for my humble interiors' purposes.
One minor point (see attached) - meters or millimeters only, what about centimeters? I need to scale all my…"