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Wow!!!

Postby Donald Thomson » Mon, Mar 27 2017, 12:30PM

I just love it when, for NO reason, eCabs just deleted a cabinet from my custom layout. I took a different cabinet to CE to make some changes, returned to room savings changes and viola! An unrelated cabinet is completely gone. :wall:
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Re: Wow!!!

Postby Terry Hall » Tue, Mar 28 2017, 7:08AM

Huh, well a while back I read an article on AI, which at the time I assumed was Artificial Intelligence. However, the more I thought about it I I realized they also refer to Artificial Insemination as AI. As I understand the article, It's possible that your computer has either been taken over by Artificial Intelligence, or it's been artificially inseminated. Whichever the case, I'd throw the computer away and opt for a new one. :beer:

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Re: Wow!!!

Postby Donald Thomson » Tue, Mar 28 2017, 9:30AM

It's a good thing that part of my design process is to save each cabinet individually in a customer directory as well as put it in the room layout. That way I'm able to put cabinets "back" when they've been AI'd (take your pick on the meaning of AI) out of the room. :lol:
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Re: Wow!!!

Postby Stuart Douglas » Tue, Mar 28 2017, 9:50AM

t's a good thing that part of my design process is to save each cabinet individually in a customer directory as well as put it in the room layout. That way I'm able to put cabinets "back" when they've been AI'd (take your pick on the meaning of AI) out of the room. :lol:


I do this too. It makes for a lot of stuff to backup when the time comes, and the directory tree is getting pretty huge, BUT it means that I always have what I need. It is especially useful to replace cabinets damaged on site, or replacing cabinets waayyyyyy after the job has been completed. 8)

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Re: Wow!!!

Postby David Giesbrecht » Mon, Apr 10 2017, 2:04PM

I have had this in room layout once in a while. Sometimes it just moves it off screen somewhere. Sometimes when we CNC the job it is in the cutlist but no where to be seen.
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