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Good Morning! I am upgrading to x11 this week and wanted to know what to do with x10 and x9 on my desktop. Can I move these over to a zip drive and retrieve them later if I need to view an old plan that I made? I'm trying to free up some space on my computer. I haven't used x9 since I upgraded to x10, so I'm assuming that once I upgrade to x11, I won't be using x10 either. What do you guys do?
**I contacted customer support and found my answer.
when you send your view to the layout if it is in no scale like before now you just have to hold the "x" key and grab the corner to resize. Hope this saves someone some headache**
I have not seen this addressed anywhere but I am hoping someone figured this out.
In all previous version of Chief if you pulled the corner blocks with your layout scale turned off you could resize windows to their relative scale but in X10 that changed to altering the view window of the image or imported plan segment.
If anyone could tell me if there is an option to still use the original corner pull tool it would be much appreciated.
Hello! I'm using X7 Interiors as I specialize in kitchen and bath. I recently bought a new iMac (specs below) hoping that Chief Architect would work better as it would suddenly quit with errors when I was running it on my 2013 MacBook Pro. The random quitting still occurs (which is annoying, but that's not my question here); however, ray trace which, ironically, worked on my 2013 MacBook Pro will not even start on my 2017 iMac. I receive the following error:
/Users/autobuild/p4sync/dev/releases/17/chief/source/raytrace.cpp(619): Error #272032202
"Unable to open ray tracing engine - ray tracing disabled for this session."
10/24/2018 10:49:20 PM
I've already tried their suggestions... I made a simple plan and it still came up with the error. Then I checked for updates in both Chief Architect and my system and they are up-to-date.
I plan on upgrading in December to the newest Chief Architect assuming these problems will go away... but I'm scared that they won't.
Any help or ideas would be appreciated! Thanks!
Chief Architect Interiors X7
iMac (Retina 4K, 21.5-inch, 2017)
3.6 GHz Intel Core i7
Memory: 16 GB 2400 MHz DDR4
Video: Radeon Pro 555 2048 MB