AccuRender nXt

advanced rendering for AutoCAD

New forum.  Start any discussion you like.  I'll be moving some of the old stuff over for reference.

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Love the new interface. Invited some of friends who still use AR3. How to see them soon. Great works folks.
Where is the CoMotion Section.
There isn't one-- just post here. We'll make a special group if required. Until Daniel joins this new site you may want to continue posting on the old site also.

akinlolu olugboji said:
Where is the CoMotion Section.
Also the arrangement here is a little confessing to me.
1. In the past one can easily know the post one has already read.
2. One can tell who is online.
3. Has I come up with more I let you know.
4. New post comes up first on the list of post.
5. Within a discussion can I revise to arrange such that the last post comes first?
I'm pretty new to the ning stuff-- so I really don't know. In general, I think the old Community Server forum worked a little better for old school message board type stuff. This one is much better for graphics and images, though.

BTW, include a picture in your profile-- it can be anything you want if you don't want to show your face. The graphical nature of this site makes having a picture really helpful.
It's odd knowing what everyone looks like after all these years of anonymity :)

Roy Hirshkowitz said:
BTW, include a picture in your profile-- it can be anything you want if you don't want to show your face. The graphical nature of this site makes having a picture really helpful.
I disagree, Kevin, you look quite good! :-)
didn't know Kevin is a drummer.
For a few years now actually.

jan verzelen said:
didn't know Kevin is a drummer.
seriously? me too.

yes, self taught, more of just a hobby for me. I can tell you are more serious by your photo.

Jan Verzelen said:
seriously? me too.

this discussion doesn't belong here i think. I'll contact you on the private box

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