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I've recently purchased a new computer and installed Chief Architect 11. Everything is loaded and working except when I print I do not get any of the jpeg images. All of the line weights seem thinner than expected also. I have an HP designjet T120 printer and have downloaded the latest drivers and rebooted my computer. The printer is working properly for other software so now I'm thinking something is wrong on the Chief Architect side. Is there a setting that I've forgotten to change or is there something I need to do to initiate a new printer driver? Any help is appreciated.
I would like to know other users methods of saving file versions that make life a little easier. Anyone who would like to share how they save file versions I would love to hear from you. Do you number them? Do you name the file with the clients name and also number them? I would just like to hear from you all. Thank you in advance for taking a moment to let me know what works for you I appreciate the input.
I watched a Chief video this morning about their recommended method to save "versions" of a plan...it was interesting. I was wondering if those of you who use the software regularly use this method....or not.
My method has been to just save a file with a version designation...but, I do like the tracking ability of the CA recommended method.
What do you all think?
Here is the video...https://www.chiefarchitect.com/videos/watch/1951/file-management-sharing-collaborating.html?playlist=81
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