kwhitt

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  1. Kyle - thanks for the feedback. Good looking floor plan BTW. Unfortunately I have three of these layout boxes on one page. When I get one or two in the correct position, the remaining layout box goes crazy. If this were only one layout box, I could close the camera view, position as needed, and call it done. I am now unable to even export the view as an image unless I accept the low-res active window size. When I increase the resolution, the images skew and are unusable.
  2. I've decided to export a higher res image instead of using live camera views. I'm running into another problem now. When I increase the resolution on export, the image is skewed. The first attachment is using active window size (no problem), the second and third images have been increased to 2K in width with "retain aspect ratio" checked. What's happening here?
  3. I understand (squeaky wheel and all). All the other cameras work so precisely. I am surprised that the ortho views are not as good. Thanks again for the help. I saw your other post about leaving YouTube. I have switched to Rumble. They've got some things to work out, but the platform is coming along nicely! I hope to see you back up again soon as I always watch your vids.
  4. Eric - I think that's what I'll end up doing. It's just a pain to get all the images to line up using this method. Thanks for your input.
  5. Thanks Rob. I got to that very same point, but when you send them to layout, they move.
  6. I swear they were in the same location to start. I used your method above by replicating the camera view and all was well at first. Then they started moving. I then re-centered each camera and they still move.
  7. I'll be glad to report it, I always do, but my question was whether or not this was a known issue. Sounds like it is seeing Rob's reply. In fact, I've reported several bugs and although Tech Support responds quickly, they never seem to get fixed.
  8. Yep, I've noticed that too... Thanks for looking at the file. Kevin
  9. Thanks Michael. I will give your 2nd suggestion a try. Is this a known problem with Chief that an isometric camera will move?
  10. Rob - I've tried that and eventually the camera moves (especially upon reopening the file) and the resolution here again is not high enough...
  11. Thanks Eric. That occurred to me too, however, the resolution isn't large enough when it goes to print.
  12. I'm engineering a 3cm stone hood to go in a kitchen. I'd like to show three progressive isometric views showing the various layers of construction. I have set up three different isometric camera views using three different layer sets. When I was finally able to get all three camera views onto the layout, the isometric cameras keep moving off center and I am unable to "pull" the layout boxes to get them re-positioned (end up with void white space as shown in middle). I also got a strange error at one time telling me to contact tech support, but it didn't stay on the screen long enough for me to get all the info. Has anyone had any luck with isometric views and layout? Attached are the files if anyone can give me a hand. Thanks, Kevin CHF_Snow_1796 Cypress Isle_HOOD DETAIL_04-09-21.zip
  13. Thanks Rob. Didn't realize you could copy/paste a camera view.
  14. @solver It works okay if I scale uniformly holding down the X key while pulling on a corner. If I move anything out of scale it won't translate to the new view. What a pain this has been!