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    Ah.. found this in the Enscape knowledgebase

    https://enscape3d.com/knowledgebase/...e-rpc-content/

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    Yep, untick the 'replace RPC content' option in Enscape Settings (in Revit), restart Enscape, and the actual Archvision content appears in Enscape.

    OK, so the rhododendrons are all the same colour but at least they are something like the right plant

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    Quote Originally Posted by willsud View Post
    OK, so the rhododendrons are all the same colour but at least they are something like the right plant
    I thought the only good colour for a Rhododendron (in Cumbria) was char-black?

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    Ah, you are thinking of the ***** fungus maybe that afflicts some areas?

    They grow far too well here and are alternatively a pest or expensive exotics


    /the checking software seems to have taken exception to the word 's**ty' - meaning blackened with a covering fungus like soot
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    Quote Originally Posted by willsud View Post
    Yep, untick the . . .

    Will, you’ve got to get your stone material image through a non-tiling process as they’re ‘tiling’ quite noticeably . . . not withstanding the kit you’ve got the tiled patterns look like they’re from the ‘90’s

    There’s a good discussion of the issue here along with some good solutions:

    https://archicad-talk.graphisoft.com...ic.php?t=27957

    I’ve been noticing it on your images for years but I guess today was the day I brought it up as I’m stuck on a delayed train to work !

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    Thanks Kamran, as it happens someone mentioned it also on the ArchitectNet forum I run so I guess I'd better do something about it

    I made the textures in a rush 18 years ago so I guess they've not done badly really.

    The only time it has been mentioned in the past is by a slater (i.e. someone who slates roofs) who noticed that the 'diminished courses' of local greenslate 'diminish' several times up the roof slope instead of being a gradual reduction all the way from eaves to ridge.

    Thanks for the link, I'll have a look.

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    Re. my '90s' textures

    I've discovered and subscribed to Substance, downloaded and generated materials and after lots of online tutorials brought them into Lumion and Revit - the materials look very cool in Enscape also.

    So much to learn, so little time

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    Quote Originally Posted by willsud View Post
    Re. my '90s' textures . . . I've discovered and subscribed to Substance, . . . the materials look very cool in Enscape also.
    Glad to hear that

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    Quote Originally Posted by willsud View Post
    I've discovered and subscribed to Substance, downloaded and generated materials and after lots of online tutorials brought them into Lumion and Revit - the materials look very cool in Enscape also.
    Do you have a link to this Substance?

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    If Will won't give it up, we'll have to report it as a "Controlled Substance"
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