Ridge_Runner

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  1. May have to ping him, Doug, to get him to respond. @Renerabbitt
  2. This is done in my area. Not always the best approach, but sometimes necessary to please the client. As "tinyhouseguy" posted, the water can be collected but you have to be "creative."
  3. That's my usual work flow.!
  4. Gremlins! They just show their ugly heads when they think you are stressed to the max! If it is any consolation, you are not alone in fighting them; I've had my share!
  5. Like Perry says, you can adjust settings to your liking. I was dealing with eye strain pretty bad before I changed to the 43" TV. It is much easier on the eyes due to the large screen real estate it provides.
  6. I much prefer the 43" 4K TV in my signature to the 32" monitor I use with it. The 43" TV was about half the cost of the monitor. I have strongly considered replacing the 32" with another 43" TV and hang one from the wall with a pivot base to use for client presentations.
  7. For sure! Remember Autocad R13? It was horrible! I was so glad when R14 came out. Maybe X14 will work well - right out of the box! I can wish can't I?
  8. You sure are! That looks fantastic!
  9. Indeed it does. If you group select them, notice the center of the group. That is where they will resize from and it gives weird results.
  10. I try to use min. 32" for interior doors when possible. 24" only when necessary, and only for closets or pantry.
  11. Without a plan it is hard to tell. Check if the circled roof edge extends into the siding layer of that wall. Or, open the offending wall (assuming the upper wall) and on the roof tab check "roof cuts wall at bottom." The last one may not work as it looks like it is the lower wall causing the problem. If those don't work, attach the plan; even a stripped-down version will work.
  12. Same here. I have the 43S415 which is the version just before the S425. Very happy with it.
  13. Totally agree! It just doesn't look very professional with the shadows.
  14. Been that way for as long as I can remember. For sure in X12. I do just what you mentioned on a per-cabinet basis for those that do not show up at first.
  15. Same here. Make sure you "run the numbers" before you bite for a plotter. Printing your own color print sets won't be cheap, especially after you factor in the the value of your time. I used plotters/printers for years, but only printed color for my own use. I get good quality B/W prints from blueprintsprinting.com. Mine usually come out of Florida, but they have offices around the country. 75 cents a sheet for 24x36 B/W plus tax and shipping. S/H around $13.50 total for std shipping delivered to me; pretty quick turn-around. You can get quick turn-around for considerably more S/H costs if needed.
  16. Thanks, Anders. I would have guessed many more! Nice BMer too!
  17. Anything I guess would be just that - a guess. I do know there are some really nice symbols on 3D Warehouse but they are extremely large for use in CA.
  18. Nice bike! Bet it has a "gazillion" polygons!
  19. 3D Warehouse has the EVO, but without the lid. May take a little modifying. It also has several similar to the Memphis that you could modify without too much trouble.
  20. No, they work in CAD details. Just used them today as a matter of fact. If your notes/schedule have a "quantity" column they will register into the count also.
  21. Sure don't understand the negative vote!