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  1. new here and new to Form Z I'm following the thirty minutes house tutorial on YouTube to get to know things need advise exporting dae to Blender right now, no matter what I try, I get only one polygon to show up in Blender and not the entire mesh actually I never encountered such problems before in any other software, so I think, either I'm doing something wrong or the exporter is a fail what settings do I have to use? do I need to triangulate the mesh or not? what do I need to do to get it working? any suggestions? macOS Sierra 64bit plenty of RAM etc. edit: in Sketchup is the same when exporting to KMZ ps. I respect the Form Z policy not to include OBJ exporter but it doesn't make sense to strip a standard format
  2. Custom Reference Planes palette is missing in a free version of FormZ 8. It is mentioned in a manual, but it is missing in the Palettes menu. Only the Reference Plane Parameters palette is available where custom plane can be edited and saved, but there is no way to go back to the custom plane later. The same problem is on both platforms, Mac and Win. Is there a workaround? Thanks and best regards from Holland! Dejan
  3. Hi, I'm working through Form Z Free to see if I'm going to get the Pro Version... I'm missing the "Part 2- Sculpting" tutorial that it says to go to... Is it gone? Where can I find it? Are there a lot of self guided tutorials I can access? Thanks!
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