- title block (sheet border)
- creating a custom title block 9:05
- stair tool 30:34
- stair max/min settings 30:54
- custom stair 37:02
- import symbol library to Resource Browser favorites 46:48
- removing Resource Browser favorites 50:30
Finding Resources – You can look for resources in the current file, or anywhere on your computer.
Exporting Resources – You can export resources from the current file to a library, or to another file.
Creating a Symbol Folder – If you have a lot of symbols in the Resource Browser, they are easier to find if you have folders for them.
Changing the Viewing Options on the Resource Browser – You can change the way resources are shown on the Resource Browser.
Attaching a Library to the Browser – One of the useful features of the Resource Browser is the ability to look into other files and use their resources.
What is the Resource Browser? – The Resource Browser is used to browse for the objects that VectorWorks calls resources so that you can use them in your drawings. Resources can be hatches, gradients, images, textures, symbols, Plug-In objects, wall styles, worksheets and so on.
Beyond Beginner meeting covering the Resource Browser. The resource browser is an important part of using Vectorworks effectively. You can use the resource browser to access resources and other files, making it quick to import resources from other files into your current work.
Applying Textures Directly – Resource Browser 2
Applying Textures Directly – Resource Browser
Using the Resource Browser, attaching files, favorites and using resources.
There are at least two ways to use the details from your library. If you make your details into symbols, you can use the Resource Browser to import your details from your library into your current project.
Using the Resource Browser. Some one from the user group was asking me how to use the Resource Browser, so I thought it was time to some everyone some Resource Browser tricks.