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  1. Hi there, I am new to the 3D Max program. I am building a small apartment at the moment. I used AEC walls and then added some AEC windows and doors. After I had them all in place I moved one and they all became detached from the walls, closing the holes. I found that it happens right after I add a material to said doors or windows. It is driving me crazy. I have tried using the select and attach button which usually works but it wont. Does anyone know what is causing this problem and how I may fix it? I am scared to go any further into detail on my windows and doors because I keep having to delete them and re make them. They usually stay okay until I add the glass and colour to window frame or door. Thank you so much!!!!
  2. I have drag-and-dropped a door onto a new layer of my drawing (units = mm). The blue lines are the hinge corner of the door. I can't find a way to bring it down to a manageable size. Block Editor doesn't indicate any constraints, I just can't find a control which will reduce this thing's size.
  3. Hi all, I work for a company specializing in designing the inside of houses and for various architectural work. I have previously used Photoshop CS5, but now I need to ensure that the dimensions of each of the plans are a lot more accurate so I have turned to AutoCAD 2010, with so much praise being attributed to it. Firstly, I cannot express enough how disappointed I am with AutoCAD 2010. NOTHING is simple. Even trying to get walls with equal spacing is a NIGHTMARE. I have been told that using the Multiline is the best option, for which I have now been trying, but when I want to get a door made by putting two lines down the side of one multiline and then trying to trim it, it completely f***s up, and deletes the multilines. I have tried exploding and that hasn't helped at all. Has anyone got any good ideas on how to fix this, or an easier way to make walls and doors? Thanks, NAILGUN
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