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  1. I moved to win11 about a month ago and was having issues with crashes on cameras. I rolled back to nov Nvidia studio driver and it is better so far
  2. This is what I do but I'm also unclear what the use case is the OP is trying to achieve. If he puts layout boxes with the page label or even a hard-coded label, then he can relink the new plan, and not have to do anything else?
  3. I'm curious, with no walls on ground level, is anything done for lateral support between posts
  4. There are a few situations that I find the framing valuable. 1. Deck framing 2. Tall wall framing to give to an engineer. One cannot tell from an elevation where the wall ends and where the truss begins. This is especially true for complex roof lines 3. Stair openings. There are other ways to do it but I like the floor framing as it shows on the floor below 4. Manual framing adjustments. It's nice to modify existing framing 5. Conventional floors. Some oeople still want to build with 2x10. A small sunroom addition is a good example. All I have to do is specify the beam everything else is auto done. 6. Other people on here use "live"details. I would assume they rely on the framing
  5. I'll admit I did that once because I thought it marked the thread as solved and had no idea it attributed it to the specific comment and user
  6. I created one for x14 It was for static details, not live. which are you looking for?
  7. In solvers video near the end it is missing on two short sides then it looks like he touches the wall and then it just appears correctly. Looks like a bug if he did not actually do anything of substance to get it to appear
  8. @GuyBreton My apologies for not responding. I was actually waiting for a response in the thread and did not look back after a few days I pretty much do solely drafting on a fixed price basis. It looks like you are mostly there. I might change the front door gable and the garage roof. But if you are happy with it and want elevations, schedules, section, 9.36 energy calc (required by the municipality) etc. i could do that I also work with an engineer if you need one I would typically do something like the following as output. If you need a site plan and have the RPR I can add to the RPR. If you need a block plan or streetscape I would need more information
  9. @GuyBreton I just did an ICF near leduc last fall If you have a preliminary set, I can quote you. I will also need to know if the lot is flat. Thanks
  10. you could search the forum as well, I commented on this same issue probably sometime in the last two weeks
  11. The other nice use of p2p is as built measurements by using a point marker instead of snapping it to a wall because you know it will not change, I also use it for things like existing furnace locations
  12. I had the same issue trying to dimension a stepped footing in another thread so I just put on a cad line
  13. i think you are right. if I move the building east to be over the trees, you can now see them in the window growing through the floors. hmm thats not good, I think then the answer to my question will be "no" it is not possible. so what do people do for "actual" 3d neighborhood model. Do they just take photos or screenshots at specific angles and do a lot of photoshopping? paint every pixel? no wonder the 12 story building in the other thread was quoted at 1.5M to render, maybe that is what they do!
  14. I have a building built in CA, but GE will only remove the things that lie in the building. I tried creating four walls which are invisible with no roof in hope CA would create a cube of nothing to show that beside the building all of the existing tress will be removed by the excavation. but it did not work Anyone know how to build a transparent building in CA which will be considered in GE as occupying the space? Or some other means? my leaveless tree is on the bottom left, there are 3 others across the bottom right, but GE keeps the old "bushy" trees there so you cannot even see my trees
  15. that is impressive. my CA computer is in for service at the moment and my other computer does not meet twin motion requirements. Hopefully it will be back soon