In order to help things run smoothly and efficiently here in the forum, we've written up some guidelines for your reference. Please read them thoroughly and check back often, as changes or additions may be made. These are not intended to be arbitrary restrictions, but rather to make the Cornucopia3D experience as good as we can.
Thanks in advance for your cooperation.
Posting images in the forum:
Images posted in the forums may not exceed 800 pixels wide. Whilst we are happy to see images posted in the forums to illustrate a particular problem you are having, or to share something with the community, we do have to impose this simple rule. This is because a lot of people still use displays with a pixel width of 1024, and large images greater than our limit make the forum difficult to read or for users to see who is posting as it becomes necessary to horizontally scroll to get the information. Also, many people donít like to do the sideways screen shuffle, so letís all show a little consideration. Persistent infringers of this rule will find their oversize images deleted.
Posting version info in post:
Please include your Vue version when you post your question. Especially now with both version 5 and 6 users out there, we have many "flavors" of Vue in active use. While some issues are the same for all versions, many questions, problems, solutions, features... are going to be unique per version. It's more efficient and helpful for those answering posts to know what version one has without having to ask it each time and this will mean that an answer should be obtained more quickly as well.
In short, when posting your question or problem, be sure to inlcude your Vue version. It can be as simple as a post script. "I'm running V5I" or "6 Esprit userĒ.
In addition, if the question has relation to the OS, it would be helpful to mention the platform on which Vue is running - Win or Mac and the version. Such questions would be file directory questions, installation issues, extra content installation, etc.
Again, thank you for your cooperation on these issues, happy rendering!