I am looking to maximize the SSD (C:) I believe having the actual CA program on the C: drive will work faster so that is ok, but I would like to know what folders I could move to the D: drive.
In the photo attached I have folders in the E: drive which I am going to move to D: as well.
I can't seem to share the plan in a useful way. If I save image to the photo album (am on iOS) I get an extremely low res version with labels pixelated and unreadable. When I use "convert to pdf" I only get a text message. Please allow a way to save/convert the plan to some vector format or, at least, a high res jpg.
Wondering if anyone with experience storing their Library folders in a Cloud format can share some insight. Planning to upgrade to X10 soon and believe that would be the way to go. I run Chief from multiple locations, home office PC, Laptop and a second license with a remote helper. Ideally I would be able to access the same Library files and only have to update a single location. I have a OneDrive account with plenty of Cloud storage space. Any advice is greatly appreciated.
How do you "un-link" plan files from a layout? I created a "template" layout out...and used an experimental plan file as the basis for linking views to the layout. Now I want that layout file to be used as my "template" layout...and I want to link it to a different plan file.
Maybe I went about this all the wrong way?
Either way...is there a way to UN-LINK plan files from a layout?
Here I am again asking what is probably a very BASIC question, but I have been fearful of deleting symbols downloaded and jpegs created for tiles, fabric, textures etc for new materials for fear that I will get the dreaded file can't be found message after using one of them in a plan--especially the textures & jpegs.
Question: can I delete them after they have been imported into my library or does the library look for the material jpeg each time?
Thanks again for all of your patience as I venture beyond the safe Chief Architect library content.