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  • in reply to: Layer Properties / Calculations #37567
    Maarten
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    Well spotted!

    The thickness in the report is listed in meters. It seems we overlooked the unit in the report, which was accidentally left at mm. That then also explains the weight of Torgeir’s dinghy.

    With apologies for the confusion, in the next update this will be fixed.

    in reply to: Layer Properties / Calculations #37566
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Well spotted!

    The thickness in the report is listed in meters. It seems we overlooked the unit in the report, which was accidentally left at mm. That then also explains the weight of Torgeir’s dinghy.

    With apologies for the confusion, in the next update this will be fixed.

    in reply to: Placing the lights in the perspective view.. #37536
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Metcalfe,

    This feature was removed somewhere in version 6 for performance reasons. We will consider returning the feature in some future release, but can’t yet make any promises.

    in reply to: heeled waterline #37528
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi docmsakar,

    It depends on whether you are using the free or the pro version:

    The free version of DELFTship does only support asymmetrical layers that do not contribute the hydrostatic calculations. The professional version allows for asymmetrical layers provided that those layers are completely (physically) separated from any symmetrical layers in your model

    Hope this helps

    in reply to: Version 7.14 (SOLVED) #37517
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Version 7.14.280 has been made available via the regular download functionality of DELFTship, and has also been placed in the members area for download.

    The free version will be posted soon.

    in reply to: Version 7.14 (SOLVED) #37516
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    A new update is pending and will be made available soon- probably later today. Thanks for your attentiveness in this!

    in reply to: opening the programme #37490
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    If you have DELFTship Pro, the update can be found in the members area.

    in reply to: opening the programme #37488
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    The latest version should work: Please download version 7.14 from :
    http://delftship.net/DELFTship/index.php/download/delftship-free

    in reply to: opening the programme #37487
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Taby,

    Thanks for your feedback- Vista has been a bit problematic. A new version for the free version will be made available today from our download section. If you have DELFTship Pro, the update can already be found in the members area.

    I’ll post a reply ion this thread with a link to the latest release once published.

    in reply to: new project #37482
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Saez,

    Which version do you use? When you start a new project in V7, the dialog where you choose the template to use also has a menu group called ‘dimensions’- where you can set the length, beam and draft. Make sure to press the Enter key to confirm the new dimensions.
    After the new model has been created, use Jurgens advice to scale along one axis, or move selected points…

    in reply to: tutorial Delftship proffesional 7.13 #37475
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Saez Moreu,

    Welcom the the forum!
    At this point there are no complete tutorials- there is however a decent help file.
    Normally you would start with one of the included templaet shapes, and modify these towards your desired design. If you run into practical problems, this forum can be a good place to search, and if not found, ask for answers.

    Regards,
    Maarten

    in reply to: opening the programme #37451
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Stuart,

    The latest version of DELFTship requires OpenGL v 3.0 or higher. If, for some reason, your system can’t run a recent version of OpenGL, I’d recommend using DELFTship v.6.

    in reply to: Display enhancement in V7! #37426
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Platypus,

    The atatchments are fine for us to understand the issue, thanks. It boils down to a rendering issue with several elements occurring at the same depth. We’ll look into this, but it may take some time…

    in reply to: Extending a sloping face. #37419
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Denisp,

    If I understand you correctly, one way of doing this is to first extrude the side (note that you can only extrude boundary edges, so the side you extrude needs to be ‘open’ ) to the desired new length, and then project the sloping edge using the ‘align’ function. (which moves all selected points to a straight line between the first and last selected point.

    Point – Align:

    If multiple points have been selected, it is possible to align those points on a single, straight line. This is done by projecting all the selected points on the line that goes through the first and last selected point. They are projected on the line rather than uniformly distributed to keep the displacement of the points minimal. Additionally you can modify coordinates of the points. For example: if you have selected multiple control points forming the outer edge of a transom you should only adjust the X-coordinate in order to put all the points in the same plane seen from the profile view. The shape of the transom, as seen from the back, will remain unaltered.

    in reply to: Display enhancement in V7! #37418
    Maarten
    Keymaster

    Hi Platypus,
    This is the first time I hear about poor crease line visibility, we’ll have a look at it. Can you please send a screenshot?
    Thanks!

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