• Architect_079 Architect Special Interest Group October 2015 (am)

    The main topics covered: importing and upgrading an old project default attributes unified view and unified view options creating a corner stair and stair tools adding tools to your workspace locating old (legacy) tools and adding these to your workspace editing and managing workspaces

  • Architect_070 Architect Special Interest Group May 2015 (pm)

    In this session we looked at the Attributes Defaults, as there still seems to be some confusion on the 2 types of defaults that you can have. After this we looked at creating symbols and the relevance of creating classes to use inside the symbol, and classes that should be applied…

  • Landmark_SIG_064 Special Interest Group January (am) 2015

    This session looked at Line Types and the Landscape Area tool. We looked at how to create, edit and apply various line types and the difference between ‘Page Based Units’ and ‘World Based Units’. Line Types are a Resource that can be saved into your User Folder for future use…

  • Vectorworks Tip #253 – Attribute Palette – Line Types – Local Mapping

    Beginner Tip – Use the Attribute palette to adjust the line type settings of complex line types to suit the current situation. Click on the Line Type Settings button on the Attribute palette to edit the settings and change the local mapping of the line type.

  • Vectorworks Tip #241 – Attribute Palette – What are Line Types

    There are many times when you drawing linear objects in Vectorworks where you do not want to have solid line. In this case you would want to use a Line Type. There are two sorts of line types, simple (dashed) and complex (lines with graphic editions). Earlier versions of Vectorworks called them…

  • Vectorworks Tip #237- Attribute palette – Creating a Tile

    Tiles are substantially easier to create than hatches. Where a hatch uses repeatable lines, a tile uses a repeatable set of lines, polygons, circles, rectangles, etc. This means that instead of trying to figure out how the lines repeat you can just draw what you want. Because tiles contain objects…

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