I can't find road / lines and Crosswalks , but no roads tool. Only the two options under infrastructure. What am i missing...help says it should be there but it isn't. Any help would be appreciated. Its the same for Lightwave 2015.3 and 2018... Thank you Gary
I have a question about some shapes lib. I am running into an issue where I don't see the items in the shapes lib panels. It see the folders and list the shapes but doesn't draw the orange wires or even draw them in modeler when trying to use them. Is it because they are in sub folders?
The only way to make it work is by taking them out of sub folders and placing them in the same folder abov
I have both LW 2019 and 2020. I've tried installing LWCAD 2018 in both, but can't get it to show up in any of the menus. I followed the instructions and I found a youtube video that also showed how to install the menus, but they still don't show up on either LW install.
Can someone please help me figure out how to make this work?
Hello ! I'm trying to draw curves on a mesh, I want the curves to "stick" to the surface and follow the shape of my mesh. I remember having done that with a previous verions of LWcad but I can't find the right settings in the snap to get the line tool to follow my background geometry anymore.
I'm not able to configure LWCAD menus in Lightwave 2019.1.5. I've manually installed plugins , but the menu configuration doesn't work. I've added a Youtube link below showing my attempt to configure. You can see that no menu items appear. Is there another way to display the plugins? I'm not able to use LWCAD at all. Thanks. Steve https://youtu.be/BO5Xap--Bww
And I want to inform you about the status of LWCAD for LightWave. The development is on schedule with a little delay and some adjustments. But, you can expect the features to be delivered in 2020, as outlined in https://youtu.be/yQzudOrfXKk?t=2394 . With the new MeshTR engine, you can look forward to many
It seems that with a spiral staircase greater than 360° the railings (or the curve associated with it) is not drawn greater that 360°. It draws the railing/curve evenly spaced between the top and bottom stairs but not the full length of the stairs.