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bobolino
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Toolpalettes Materials missing

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02-10-2013 11:30 AM

Hi,

 

I'm trying out AutoCAD and I can't solve a problem I came across. I just wanted to add some materials to my objects and  it seems some menu entries on Toolpalettes are missing (masonry etc.). I installed the full version of AutoCAD 2012 and also downloaded some additional material libraries. I'm attaching some screenshots of missing menu items and a screenshot of installed items in control panel.

 

I've tried googling but couldn't find a solution. Help?

 

 

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hmsilva
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Re: Toolpalettes Materials missing

02-10-2013 12:53 PM in reply to: bobolino

bobolino,

in the command line type

 

Command: Materials

 

hope that helps

Henrique

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bobolino
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Re: Toolpalettes Materials missing

02-10-2013 12:59 PM in reply to: hmsilva

Thanks! That's it. Is there any particular reason why these materials aren't displayed in that menu where I was looking for them?

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hmsilva
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Re: Toolpalettes Materials missing

02-10-2013 01:14 PM in reply to: bobolino

You're welcome, bobolino

the Materials are in "materials pallet" I think that in previous versions, there were some materials samples in ToolPalettes,

 

Henrique

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