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  1. Nevermind. Answered my own question. It's now included in the Viewport Control pulldown in the top left pulldown menu in each viewport: [+] Extended Viewports> Grid> Front, Back, Top, etc.. First of all, my apologies if this topic is buried somewhere in the vast message data on this Forum, but... I recently updated from 3ds Max 2016 to 2021. In 3ds Max 2016 I could set the active view to "Grid" (not "Home Grid", but to a Helper Object Grid). Amazingly, since Hotkeys were switched to a separate customization interface, this option/command doesn't seem to be available anymore. Can anyone please provide the correct information or workaround? Thx.
  2. With a camera selected and in walk mode, I can't move the camera up or down when walking. Do you know what could cause this? I'm sure I must have pressed something by accident.
  3. attiqrehman


    plz let me know th mistakes
  4. Hy, I'm using AutoCAD Architecture 2011 for the first time and I have a problem. How can I see a window that is positioned on the wall higher than standard horizontal section line. For example, a 400x800mm window, situated at a height of 1600mm, is not seen in the floor plan, just in 3d. What can I do because I want to see it when I print that floor plan. Thanks!
  5. Hi all, This is an interior visualisation for a project called Mendelsohn, designed by AK2 architects and ispired by Erich Mendelsohn - an architect of the first half of the 20th century. Tools used are standard : Max, vray, photoshop. The animation is available at http://www.plus421.com Larger image link here. Comments and critiques most welcome. Thx.
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