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PLEASE NOTE: Installation of the toolkit is required by the purchaser. This requires building a custom toolbar from instructions which are provided. Please watch videos on this listing for more information.
BIG UPDATE TODAY 220905
Revert to Original Painter-Base,Wall,Full
Garbage Pullout Unit Painter
2,3,4 Drawer Painters
Full Height Door Painter/Drawer Delete Base Painter
Corner Cabinet Painter-Base,Wall,Full
Flush Filler w/ No Toe Painter-Base,Full
Flush Filler w/Toe Painter-Base,Full
Cabinet Section Cut Pattern Cover Block
Add Backsplash Painter
Backsplash Delete Painter
Add Eased Edge Painter
Flush Toe Painter-Base,Full
12inch Back Countertop Overhang Painter
12inch Front Countertop Overhang Painter
12inch Front Overhang on 12” deep Cabinet Painter
Island Legs Cabinet Painter
Range and Hood Combo
Microwave Hood Cabinet Painter-Full
Microwave Drawer Painter-Base
Glass Door Painter-Base,Wall,Door
Double 30” oven cabinet preconfigured
Fridge w/cabinet configuration pack 1
Fridge w/cabinet configuration pack 2
Panel With Face Frame
Arched Cabinet Tool
Kitchen Entourage Dump
A ton of extra symbols!
Is there anyway to move cabinetry hardware on tall cabinet doors? The default positions allowed do not place pulls where they need to be.
I'm drawing a plan for a second floor home office space that includes an elevator. The elevator is essentially a round tube with windows. I was able to closely recreate the look of the elevator by creating a round room with windows and a door. The problem I am having is that I cannot get the ceiling of this "elevator room" to go all the way up to the ceiling of the larger space it's located in. For some reason part of the wall goes to the ceiling, but other parts do not which leaves a weird gap around the top of the elevator. The entire space is a reverse gable, therefore it has a sloped roof/ceiling plane. I suspect this is part of what's causing my problem. Can anyone help me figure out how to get the elevator walls to extend all the way up to the sloped ceiling? I attached two photos to help illustrate my problem.
I received a couple of question from folks at and after yesterdays GTM I'm attaching a plan and a layout in a zip file. Consider this something for forensic examination-to use to figure out how you want ot go about things. There are very likely mistakes, I'm certain that some of the label macros need work and in the course of putting this together some unwanted ones may have dropped in from the library..
There was a request at the meeting for annosets. I agree with Perry and Scott that you need to put together what works for you but this may help get you going. The annosets here are a recent update to mine and may have mistakes yet. Started with something, a year or so later updated it, learned some more, fudged it as I went, now going working on a new and improved revised set. No you do NOT need to change annosets with every release. Yes you can use the same annosets for multiple templates (reference manual). OR you can use different ones. It's a good idea to export them somewhere (like the CA data file) with a date associated for when you muck them up or need to go back or want them somewhere else. I keep a second set that is less used for new construction that is different than my everyday remodel set. Just cuts down on the clutter.
Label macros included- the principal I'm working with is to use one macro while I work so I know what is going on, then to change all the cabinets on the primary layers to have another macro that works for ordering nomenclature (3 inch increments for example) To get any of the macros out you open the macro management dbx pick it and export- then do the reverse in another plan and import (HIT F1)
There was a question about the molding warehouse- included some in one room with a note. Don't forget to play with the new drag a profile from the library feature.
Countertops-no chief will not automatically label finished edges- see the plan, keep some text int there and copy and paste. (maybe someone from the dark side can write a macro for that but I'm not going there.) A few ways to get millwork and other things into a schedule- included one arch block turned sideways to show the problem from using them. couple of odd symbols thingies for the schedules. Included-an architectural block with a wood hood and a blower insert inside it. The blower insert is currently set so you can't really resize it without going into the symnbol DBX and changing things (look in the reference manual and play with it -best way to learn) You can use this to see if the blower you want will fit in the hood the client wants. Glass house view, cross section slider, backclipped elevations. Odds and ends-if you have not seen Scott Harris method of globally changing kitchen cabinets you should check it out. Basically he keeps a couple of cabinets on the side in different door/color/construction. Then picks one and sets as default (one reason I ONLY use cabinets that respect the defaults even though some things don't AND naturally changing from overlay to inset requires some heavy redesign) There was a mention that 2020 will underline a label if you alter the size of a cabinet from the default. Chief won't. Thing is that 2020 will also underline the label if you add an accessory or a modification to the cabinet so it is NOT saving you from yourself (unless you do those last) File and layout attached, neither is complete, but worth fooling with I think.
Hi Guys and Girls.
I've been away form this forum for a long time, maybe some of you still remember me.
I had another job for a few year and I didn't have time to be here, how ever Covid struck and I lost the other job.
So to make some extra money I will offer my symbols for sale and also take custom symbol orders, if you want something special I make it for you.
You can see a few of my symbols, old and new on my facebook page.
If you like what you see send me a PM or an E-mail.
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