For reasons unknown to me, I can no longer delete: Library items, or Catalogs, entire floors, of a plan. These are the things I've tried.
Not sure what else. The program acts like it's going to delete, I get the warning, acknowledge it, and nothing happens.
This didn't happen in X12. Any ideas why in X14?
Thanks in advance,
the X14 Layout Wall Surface Triangle Lines Issue has come back for me , using thelatest Nvidia Studio Driver in Win.10. anyone else notice this?
This is the Layout I am currently doing..... I am losing so much time with X14 between this , the Save Issue , and all the other "little anomalies" .....
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Since upgrading to x14 at least 2 of my co-workers in my department are having a text issue when saving as a PDF. I have not had the issue they're having but it's becoming an "inconvenience" that if they need something sent to PDF, those of us not having the issue will have to open the file and do it for them.
I've attached some pictures of the issue vs what it's supposed to look like.
Is anyone else having this issue and knew the solution to fix it?
How it looks when they send to PDF
vs how it looks when I send to PDF
I have a new video that shows how my "Screened Porch Library" for Chief Architect Premier works with X14...and it works great.
It's the easiest and fastest way to create custom looking Screened Porches...and if you are using X14 you can now see through the screen into to room. Fantastic new improvement the engineers at Chief have brought us.
Have a look...
1. YES, I have read Chief Architect's X14 migration guide.
But I want to dive deeper. I would love to know the way you prepare to move things over. Do you go through and clean up files? Do you move some files to an X13 folder that are no longer needed, but "just in case". What about your templates you have created for Layout? Do you clean up your library?
I know we all approach this differently. I have been using Chief Architect since Chief version 8. So, have done a lot of migrations, but always feel at times it could be done more neatly, cleaner.
Would love to hear your approach.