I'm looking to see if there is a way to separate the material between the frame and the reveal of a window (or door).
When painting the frame it also paints the reveal the same material, and visa versa.
I have been a long time Chief user but never found a solution - so hoping someone has a good trick. Using X13 currently.
Thanks in advance!
Has anyone else experienced the Library Preview panel being so dark, it is hard to see the example of a material. I have changed it from a panel, to a cube, to a sphere and it is all the same. If there is a control to change t his I have not been able to find it. Appreciate any help. Sharon Olsen
I'd like to share some of my library content that I feel may be useful for others. These pieces are a mixed bag - some original work, but many are chief pieces that I modified or conveniently grouped. I plan to add more from my collection over time. Please feel free to use/edit/adapt as you see fit!
SHARE #1: ELECTRICAL
GFCI-DRAWER.calibz GARAGE-OPENER+GFCI:WP.calibz FURNACE-ELECTRIC+220V.calibz 6-INCH-EXISTING-CAN-LIGHT.calibz 220V (W:H).calibz AC+DISCONNECT+GFCI:WP_220V.calibz CLEARANCE-ELEC-PANEL-NOTE.calibz DUPLEX-DRAWER.calibz EV-CHARGER+50AMP.calibz GARAGE-OPENER+GFCI:WP.calibz RCPELEC LEGEND2022.calibz UNDER-TOP-CABINET-LIGHTING.calibz W:H-ELECTRIC-AND-220.calibz
I'm experiencing an interesting phenomenon with Cabinet Shelf Specifications that contain 3 or more library-based shelves in Chief Architect Premier X13. As indicated below, when I add a 3rd unique library object (i.e. wire shelf) to a shelf, somehow the previous library-based shelf (2) "breaks" and changes from (1) to be the 3rd library object. As such, I wanted to find out if that's the intended behavior or it's a bug - and whether there are any useful workarounds. I could have used separators directly at module-level but the cabinet module needs to be covered by double doors.