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Thu, Dec 2, 2004 at 12:17:09 AM | shadows on elvations

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i need to show shadows on four elevations without having two elevations in full shadow to enhance presentation

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Thu, Dec 2, 2004 at 1:17:46 AM | RE: shadows on elvations

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Ahh that's a bit of a dilemma if they're all on the same sheet...? Best bet would be to export images of each of the views with shadows setup properly... Then turn off the shadows on all the views and import the images on the sheet using the existing elevations to get the scaling right... or put them on separate sheets.

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Thu, Dec 2, 2004 at 1:34:07 AM | RE: shadows on elvations

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I was hoping there would be some other way. Thanks anyway.

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Wed, Dec 8, 2004 at 7:13:28 PM | RE: shadows on elvations

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Sorry, there is. New tool haven't had enough time to play with it fully. You can change the shadows from time, date and place to "Directly" then tick relative to view... The shadows will now be independant of each other as the shadows are determined relative to the view plane. Post edited on 2004-12-08 19:14:16

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Tue, Dec 21, 2004 at 7:50:10 PM | RE: shadows on elvations

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i don't know if this will be much help but in 7 (not sure about 6.1) select view on the top toolbar and scroll down to advanced model graphics and it should bring up a box with style at the top and under that theres shadow properties, tick the box Cast Shadows and you'll be able to play around with that.

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