AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

Build 325 is available the from Download tab above.

  • Channel names can now be edited in any of the dropdown boxes.  Hint: use the Tab key to make the change stick.
  • Channel names will appear correctly in the Image Editor.
  • Fixed a few problems with the units in the external Material Editor.

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I have had a few instances where my nXt does not recognize the license when I first start it. It says it's running in demo mode and I have 'x' days left. I fill in the authorization form *again* and press the auth button. I then get a message stating that nXt is already registered and it then starts up. 

I can quite AutoCAD and it may or may not start up the next time. Any ideas?

We have had few cases like this where the software was authorized earlier this year and the authcode generated doesn't seem to want to stick.

The quickest way to fix this has been to use the "Report Problem..." button on our license dialog to send us a message. Then I can generate a new authcode for you and email it back with instruction on how to paste it into the license dialog.

Please try that.

Thanks.

Okay, will do. It may not happen for awhile, but I'll send it when it does.

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