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The ground plane in Accurender Studio appears as a rectangular surface under the object rather than extending to the horizon.

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Sorry-- just got back into town last night. 

Infinite objects aren't supported in ArStudio-- so yes-- the ground plane has to be represented by a finite object, in this case a rectangle.  You don't have to use mine, you can use any object you want at pretty much any size.

Glad to see you're experimenting with this.  I'm actually really excited by this new technology, more than I have been in a long time.

Not to worry. I've just seen that ArStudio has its own version of a ground plane. It just doesn't translate the old nXt one.

Yep-- the groundplane in ArStudio should be turned on in that case-- but you will get a rectangle which may need to be sized.  If it's not turning on, that's probably a bug.

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