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  • #29858
    Mike Brightman
    Keymaster

    Be sure to load the “ConDoc PRO – Architect” drawing set.  ConDoc LT doesn’t have all of our layers attached to it…  Just click the folder icon on the ConDoc toolbar…

    #30218
    boomxpfactory-com
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    HOPING FOR GUIDANCE HERE PLEASE

    #30219
    Mike Brightman
    Keymaster

    Yo BoomXP!  Load the ConDoc PRO Architect Drawing set…  Just click the folder icon on the ConDoc toolbar.  ConDoc LT is loaded on a fresh install and doesn’t affect those layers.  Let me know if that helps!

    #30220
    boomxpfactory-com
    Participant

    Hi and thanks for a very promising addition to my workflow.

    I have just started my first Condoc project using the MOG components for two levels and cutting pasting exterior walls and floors as per tutorials .

    I am noticing that the All o/off button utility in the condoc windo is having no effect on my model

    #30221
    boomxpfactory-com
    Participant

    THANKS MIKE THAT SORTED IT

    #30222
    boomxpfactory-com
    Participant

    Hi,

    I have many large projects as interior/lighting designer. I have to produce traditional lighting plans etc.

    I have buit Lighting components containing:

    a. Enscape lighting source element ( for fully rendered walkthrough viz)

    b. A 3D model of the light fitting

    c. the 2D symbol for the fitting

    My question s are

    1. Should I place the 2D symbol in the ‘Condoc 2D graphic’ tag
    2. Can I leave the 3d model light (b.) in my own layer
    3.  I dont want to view the Enscape light source (a.) in plans or renders

    I save a vesion of the 3D project to set up Enscape paths etc and also need to produce plans without the lighting on ocasion.

    Your guidance/advice on my questions and workflow thoughts will be greatly appreciated ent to Andy

    #30223
    Mike Brightman
    Keymaster

    Hello Andy!

    You are 100% on the right track.

    1. Yes!  This layer is for plan representation…
    2. You can, but you will need to add your own layer to the drawing set using the configurator.  Otherwise ConDoc will shut your layer off for any scenes created.  You could manually turn them back on and update your scenes… but if you want to do it right, use the Configurator.
    3. You might consider adding a “CONDOC_Enscape Lights” layer in the Configurator as a third option in the 2D Graphic /3D Object hierarchy.  Then adjust the visibility for the viewports.

    You got this!  Let me know if that helps…

    Mike

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