Darren Chilton

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  1. absolutely need to change the UI font size !

    We have added the option to adjust the font size in version 2017.1, which is available now. Access can be found in the User Interface tab in the Preferences panel. Cheers,
  2. about rendering

    We have added support for GTX 10XX and Cuda 8 in Evolve version 2017.2. This will be available in April. If this currently causing an issue for you, contact me directly and we'll see if we can get something worked out for you in the meantime. chilton@solidthinking.com Thanks,
  3. Evolve 2017 Depth of Field

    Thanks Claudio. Beat me to it.
  4. jumping curves ( again with Evolve 2016.2 )

    Our main road block is that we haven't had much luck in recreating the issue that you are having. We will try again with 2016.2 to see if we can reproduce it and find a solution. Thanks,
  5. Problem with installation Evolve 2017

    If you right-click on the installer and choose Open that should allow you to install it. Thanks,
  6. Viewing programme for clients

    Hi Ari, We will be adding support for 3D PDF's in the future (hopefully v17.2), so hopefully that will be helpful.
  7. Trim/break

    Since you have one object that is a solid and the other is a surface the best tool to use would be the Intersect tool.
  8. macOS Sierra

    v2016.2 officially supports Sierra.
  9. absolutely need to change the UI font size !

    Hi Marco, Sorry for the late reply. Unfortunately the answer to your question is the one you didn't want to hear. Currently it is not possible to adjust the font size in Evolve. We are working on it and it will be adjustable in the future.
  10. cylindrical label

    Thanks Mario. That's exactly what I would have suggested. For reference in case it is helpful in the future, below is an example of a label that is not purely rectangular. You just have to save the image file as a .png so that it will retain the transparency. Obviously this is just in the case of rendering, so if you need the actual geometry you can use the Bend tool as Mario suggested.
  11. cylindrical label

    Do you actually need another surface to wrap around, or are you wanting to apply a label/graphic image around the cylinder? Like in this example.
  12. object movment

    Are you working on a file that was originally created in a different version, or are the problems also happening with new files? Let us know if you find a way to reproduce the curve movement or crashes.
  13. object movment

    Are you using Windows or Mac?
  14. Hyper-threading

    Yes.
  15. PNG transparent renders

    When you open the Image Browser just click on the Save icon. From there you can select the .png format to save the image. Thanks, -Darren