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by Peter Walsh
Sun, Feb 07 2010, 2:45PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Version 6 install location?
Replies: 3
Views: 526

Re: Version 6 install location?

Kerry's message refers to an after-the-fact cleanup after V6 has placed files in a spot you don't want. Upgrade messages do not offer you the option of advising where you want your User data files to be placed. This makes a messy install/upgrade. I now have to move files after the fact.
regards,
by Peter Walsh
Sun, Jan 17 2010, 1:16PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Messy data placement on upgrade to V6
Replies: 2
Views: 546

Re: Messy data placement on upgrade to V6

Glenn, This all happened as a result of the upgrade, and I never got asked during that process about where I wanted data files to go. I assumed the upgrade would copy these onto the drive I specified for the upgrade, but it did so only partially, putting the datafiles on Drive C as a default. That's...
by Peter Walsh
Sat, Jan 16 2010, 1:38PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Messy data placement on upgrade to V6
Replies: 2
Views: 546

Messy data placement on upgrade to V6

I upgraded to V6. My computer is organized with multiple drives and all my programs are on Drive D including the recent upgrade. Only my operating system is on Drive C. I always direct program installs to go to drive D. It appears all the programs went where they were supposed to go. However, I disc...
by Peter Walsh
Sun, Dec 20 2009, 5:33PM
Forum: Customer 3D Files
Topic: Crown Molding_Ceiling
Replies: 5
Views: 2276

Re: Crown Molding_Ceiling

George,
I got the same result as Greg.
I note that it is an esj file which is a job file. Does a job file call for separate cabinet files to be available for loading or is it all included with the esj file?
regards,
by Peter Walsh
Thu, Nov 26 2009, 3:28PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Windows 7 & Ecabs
Replies: 12
Views: 1799

Re: Windows 7 & Ecabs

Robin,
Did install the 64 bit version?
regards,
by Peter Walsh
Sat, Nov 14 2009, 6:40PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Version 6.1
Replies: 13
Views: 1610

Re: Version 6.1

I guess I have to throw my vote unquestionably for whatever results in good rendering. In my case, it's a pretty basic decision, if you don't get the job, there is no need for much else at that point. Selling to end users (as I do) is quite different from selling to Architects and designers. Maybe t...
by Peter Walsh
Sat, Nov 07 2009, 2:00PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Windows 7
Replies: 11
Views: 3635

Re: Windows 7

Hey Dan,
How are you doing? Nice to see you back on the forum!
regards,
by Peter Walsh
Sat, Oct 17 2009, 3:32PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Virtual Hard Drive
Replies: 9
Views: 1268

Re: Virtual Hard Drive

Neville,
I haven't yet bought an SSD. I got sidetracked and spent the money elsewhere. I will have to wait.
regards,
by Peter Walsh
Sun, Oct 11 2009, 4:51PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Costing out a job
Replies: 1
Views: 557

Re: Costing out a job

Don, What seems to be missing is your individual cabinet labor & misc charges. When you finish designing a cabinet, double click anywhere on the whole cabinet and you will see a highlight outline occur. Then, right click your mouse and in the list of options you will see "set labor costs&qu...
by Peter Walsh
Mon, Sep 21 2009, 6:09PM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Kitchen
Replies: 4
Views: 2901

Re: Kitchen

Lamar,
Forgot to mention that is a very nice job and blends with the house nicely. I'll bet they are very happy with the job.
I would paint the high windows the same color as the wall though, they compete with the cabinets.
regards,
by Peter Walsh
Mon, Sep 21 2009, 5:19PM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Kitchen
Replies: 4
Views: 2901

Re: Kitchen

Lamar, Is that windows being blocked up behind the cabinets?
regards,
by Peter Walsh
Sun, Sep 13 2009, 12:13PM
Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
Topic: Portable Ecabinet...
Replies: 4
Views: 849

Re: Portable Ecabinet...

Jean,
Not so silly. I am looking to upgrade my machine to an SSD (Solid State Drive). They are now available up to 63G in size and should speed lots of things up including the operating system and programs. Similar to what you are suggesting but more robust.
regards,
by Peter Walsh
Sun, Sep 13 2009, 12:10PM
Forum: Lounge
Topic: Cabinet Finish
Replies: 33
Views: 10732

Re: Cabinet Finish

Kerry, Good, informative remarks on finishing. On your HVLP comments, I use a TurbinAire HVLP system and they have a pressure release fitting that attaches to the hose at the turbine that allows me to use a non-bleeding gun. I hate the constant bleed air guns as you do, just another thing to blow du...
by Peter Walsh
Sat, Sep 12 2009, 1:17PM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: 5 piece doors recently cut and hung
Replies: 6
Views: 4948

Re: 5 piece doors recently cut and hung

Ray,
Nice work. How did you bend the wood, or were the rails cut from solid stock and the panel coopered?
regards,
by Peter Walsh
Tue, Sep 01 2009, 10:42AM
Forum: Customer Images
Topic: Kitchen in Manhasset NY
Replies: 4
Views: 3326

Re: Kitchen in Manhasset NY

Vince,
Now, that right there is a really fine job of rendering and final result. Can't imagine the customer not being happy with this job.
Do you folks do your own paint finishing or job it out? Looks great.
regards,

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