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  1. Apple’s strategy is to develop its processors in-house. They no longer use NVIDA and will move away from AMD. Not sure how long before its GPU will be on par with NVIDA or AMD. BTW, Lenovo has a laptop with an NVIDA 2070 RTX or Desktop at Newegg with a 3070 for right around $2k.
  2. Gene, you might also open your flat ceiling and uncheck "use room ceiling finish" - it seems to remove the cross hatch.
  3. Larry, the detail is done in Chief. The callouts/arrows were added in the section view using the callout tool. You can see this in the video at around the 18:30 mark. Glad you commented!
  4. Attached is a wall that is a moment frame from the Lake Point sample plan. It uses I-beams and has been engineered. It’s on pg. 12 of the layout if you want a closer look. There’s also a detailed video in the playlist for the framing.
  5. Michael, on Thursday June 3 @ noon Pacific we are going to schedule a live webinar to introduce the new X13 features and provide a detailed list. Michael, on Thursday June 3 @ noon Pacific we are going to schedule a live webinar to introduce the new X13 features and provide a detailed list.
  6. Larry, our target X13 release is scheduled for the end of June
  7. Be sure you have Mac OS Mojave or Catalina. Refer to the Mac OS system requirements here: https://www.chiefarchitect.com/products/sysreq.html You can give our Tech Support a call M-F 7am-5pm for further help
  8. These half walls should have a cap on them without needing to make additional changes. You might open your plan in X12 and see if the problem is resolved in the newer version; although it should also be fine in X11. Consider posting your plan.
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    Bachelor View Project

    The Bachelor View Project was developed as a sample plan for Chief Architect version X12. Why the name 'Bachelor View' ? It has a view of Mt. Bachelor in the Cascade mountains.
  10. Gene, we recognized the need to move items between schedules, such as doors and windows. In our upcoming version, you can include items across categories. Have a door that you want to place in the window schedule? You can easily do that. Watch for the new version around the Builder’s show in Jan.
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    Luis Ramos

    Wow, what a great job on the designs and renderings!!
  12. You cannot do it automatically. Probably the fastest way is to 1) remove the drawer hardware and 2) manually place the hardware for the drawer (in plan view and then position in elevation)
  13. The 'gable line' tool might work quickly using the automatic roof tools. See the attached plan. ROOF GABLE LINE.plan