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  1. Thank you for this list!! Where would I go in the software to locate this list and does CA notify users of changes in this list?
  2. Beyond thrilled to learn this!!!! (Excerpts from Tech Radar) The most important thing to know about what Apple is doing with its A17 Pro chip is that the ray tracing hardware in it won't be limited to that chip. With the Apple M3 chip due out next year, it will almost certainly have a ray tracing-capable GPU built in. This has a lot of potential, not just for the best Mac games, but also for all kinds of creative workloads the Mac brand has long been known for. …..Apple's hardware is rock solid when it comes to the technical aspects, especially if it adds ray tracing into the mix. It's also the kind of hardware that would be much easier for game developers to optimize for, so it has a lot of things in its favor. As always with Apple, though, it remains to be seen if developers will start to bite on the hook Apple's throwing their way.
  3. Here is the plan - testing upper and lower cabinets to price accurately for future plans. My best guess is it seems chief is only calculating for 25" of cove molding. I like the idea of CA rounding up to the next foot, but would really like to see an accurate price of 3' @ $4.70 foot showing a total of $14.10 instead of showing $9.80. CabinetTest.plan
  4. Thanks for that bit of information. My apologies for not communicating clearly about the incorrect total needing to be fixed. I incorrectly thought by changing the feet to lineal feet it would correct the inaccurate total.
  5. Hello Friends - Perplexed on how to get the cove molding on this cabinet to quote accurately in the wall cabinet specification components. I need the calculation to be Lineal Feet not Feet. Thanks in advance for your amazing help! PS - I'm using X12
  6. Thanks for the macro, could not get this to work. I went ahead and sent to the HVAC trade and told him the room volume was not accurate.
  7. My volume was not calculating correctly and I was advised to change to "interior dimensions" in your schedule, instead of "standard dimensions", as they thought the "volume" calculation uses interior numbers.
  8. Curious if 'Interior dimensions' is available in X12? I can only find area, interior (sq ft) which returns no value Do you know the macro for 'Interior Dimensions' so I can enter it manually. I tried using %room.area.interior% but it doesn't return any value.
  9. Created a Note and then >Note Specification >Object Information >Custom Object Fields >Custom Field: Volume >Field Value: %room.volume% CAD >Text >Text Macro Management RoomVolume - (internal_area * (ceiling_elevation - floor_elevation) ).to_cu_ft Copied the RoomVolume per the KB article and created this: roomVolumeRounded: vol = internal_area * (ceiling_elevation - floor_elevation) vol.round(2) Went back to Note Specification and added Room Volume Rounded with a field value: %roomVolumeRounded% Gives me an #Evaluation Error#
  10. I found this CA KB-01897 article but I can't get it to work...
  11. Thank you! Now to figure out why the volume isn't calculating correctly??? Is there anyway to get the volume to round up? I'm clueless.
  12. Yes! Nothing better than established, consistent standard inputs, and clarity to reduce confusion. I liked your request, thanks for suggesting it.
  13. Thank you, I created the Note and it doesn't seem to be linking to my custom schedule, the note doesn't show a number and their is no field for the Volume in the schedule.