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Postby David Norton » Wed, Jun 01 2005, 4:43PM

Plain is what the client asked for, And plain is what they got.

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Philip Shantz
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Postby Philip Shantz » Thu, Jun 02 2005, 12:13AM

Very nice
...not \"plain\", just simple and elegant. (I'd like to see a picture of the real thing...)

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Postby Jeremy Schiffer » Thu, Jun 02 2005, 10:51AM

Plain or not, that's a nice looking presentation!

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Postby Dave Liggett » Wed, Sep 07 2005, 8:31PM

If that's plain, I have little understanding of fancy. Very elegant, I love it.

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Postby Dan Craig » Thu, Sep 08 2005, 12:17AM

looks great to me

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Postby Peter Walsh » Sat, Sep 24 2005, 6:57PM

Great looking library. I build libraries pretty much exclusively and the rendering always sells the job. Here's a tip I got from eCab.......When you are building the room for creating the display, you can right click and select \"Hide\" to hide the lighting fixtures so they won't show in the rendering and obscure part of the cabinetry. The light will still illuminate the work.

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