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Why is the creation of a ceiling grid so time consuming?

27.10.2015 | Planning | 0 Comments |
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In comparison with a simple ceiling, the construction of a ceiling grid requires more time.

The reason for this lies in a variety of parameters that aren’t taken into account when creating a normal ceiling. One example is the customization of the longitudinal and transverse sides of a segment. The larger a ceiling grid is, the more complex this calculation process will be.

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In pCon.planner, are there any ways of reducing the amount of memory needed by a planning?

03.02.2015 | Planning - Program settings | 0 Comments |
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There are a number of possibilities offered in pCon.planner to help reduce the memory requirements of a planning and minimize the size of the file.

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It is no longer possible to edit the textures in my design. Which settings may be the reason?

03.02.2015 | pCon.planner - Planning | 0 Comments |
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Check in pCon.planner whether the snap function for surfaces is disabled. Disabled Snap Points are usually the cause of this problem.

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What can I do if there are certain objects in my planning which are no longer visible?

03.02.2015 | Planning - Render issues | 0 Comments |
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If graphic rendering problems can be excluded as a reason, you should check whether all layers are activated, using the Layer dialog. This is found by clicking the Layer symbol on the toolbar. This is how to influence whether a layer is visible.

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Why can’t I see any 2D objects in certain views?

03.02.2015 | Planning - Render issues | 0 Comments |
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The elements will also continue to be present in the views you are using, but they will only be displayed in a perspective or isometric view or for example in Front or Rear view. This is because they differ from three-dimensional objects in possessing no information on depth as they are two-dimensional. They will thus not always be shown in Top view or certain other 2D views.

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