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|QUESTION||ANSWER SUMMARY AND NOTES||START TIME|
|Free 7 Keys Offer for colleagues and Friends||0:01:10|
|Post feed-back:||Most web pages have a “submit comments” box below the video link||0:05:00|
|Feed-back on Quick Start Course|
|Create Self-Updating Drawing Title||Back referencing titles||0:07:03|
|Marquee Stretch||Offset with reference to opposite end of element, use escape key to deselect elements prior to stretch||0:18:00|
|Beam intersection with wall: display issues||Change beam’s fill, change beam priority, change wall priority, or change Layer Intersection Priority. Note: wall priorities are even and beam priorities are odd numbers||0:25:30|
|Use Object instead of beam to provide cover fill feature. For example: the Cube in “Special Construction” library subfolder||0:38:40|
|Mouse scroll wheel||>Work Environment >Advanced redraw options||0:44:04|
|Tab through Pet Palette choices?||Shortcut keys: F or Shift + F. (think F for Flick)||0:47:34|
|Use Google searches||remember to search Google for answers to your questions||0:48:00|
|Guideline segments and shortcuts||Work Env >Shortcut Schemes > Keyboard shortcuts. In MAC the double S icon shortcut is NOT available, create your own shortcut.||0:49:15|
|Partial Fill display on elements||Use separate fill or use linetypes. EX: insulation linetype||0:57:10|
|User comment: use beam object vs beam tool||reference to above issue of beam intersections and fill cover||0:59:19|
|User comment: InsulFill object||InsulFill object has parameter for R value, also look at the detailer library for masonry and brick fills|
|DWG: Export of fills?||Use Model view to remove fills if appropriate||1:08:55|
|Beam Tool vs Beam Objects: Pro & Con||the beam tool can have complex profile, tilt, rotate, clean up intersections. The objects have cover fill and some other options||1:12:40|
|Partial structure display and dimensioning||1:16:54|
|Trace Reference: see through current||Trace ref: to ghost current view to better see reference below.||1:27:30|
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