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June 25, 2015 - 9:29 pm
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Hi Terry.

Hows it going? Hope work is going well.

Jim

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Hi Terry,

Just uploaded a video on Quick Design editing edging, might find it interesting.

https://vimeo.com/wooddesigner.....e2ed5975eb

All the best,

Ness

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Will do Ness

Personally I think it looks very good so far and if there is the possibility of it being updated regularly with others adding to it then it will be a huge leap forward. Im liking some of the fittings etc I never got round to doing much not even the blum hinges but i'll use them in future saves me drilling  them in the wrong places!

I love the way you can change things now much quicker. Some more vids would be useful when you got time

 

Terry

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Hi again,

Yes, that's the way to go.

I'll be making some more videos on how to use the QD libs, but in the meantime tell me what you think of them.

All the best,

Ness

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Thanks Ness

That makes sense. Ill just make a cab with all my old materials and fittings etc and then restore them. Should be able to get a mixed library dong it that way.

 

Cheers

 

terry

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Hello Terry,

If you follow the video instructions you install them into a sub-folder of the original libs.

The originals are still in ProgramData\Boole&Partners\....xxx.......

The new libs are in ProgramData\Boole&Partners\....xxx......\quick design

To use the originals use the tools>folders>parameters command to point Polyboard back to the original folder. 

To add a specific item of your libs to the new libs, set up a model with a the library item included in it.

Then point Polyboard to the new libraries and restore the lib contained in the model to the new libs.

I can make you a video if this seems obscure.

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Ness

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Hi Ness

Have downloaded the new libraries which look promising. Whats easiest the safest way to merge them i not my own libraries instead of replacing my own

 

Cheers

 

terry

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