I think creating ground polygon within Gmax is not very difficult but it takes some time.
In my opinion, the only thing disturbing is the background image that we have to calibrate accurately.
For example, if Gmax can show us a GoogleEarth background (like SbuilderX or FSXPlanner)...
Is there any quicker method to do like this ?
I mean if it's possible to let the polys (in Gmax) above the ground ? And during the export, all the element will be at 0 level ?
Sorry for the pattern of my sentence, I hope you understood
You have to use Photoshop (for instance).
You open your high resolution image and then you add some marks (on X and Y axis)
And finally, you select each part..
You can also check this thread :
PakMac, thank you for you help but yours solutions don't permit to obtain Arab text in Gmax.
In my DXF File, I have a text only.
Maybe could you tell me how can I convert my text into poly ?
I succeeded to import Arab text into Gmax but the letters are not linked...
The reason I used Autocad is that I want to write a text in Arabic (Latin language works very well in Gmax but not Arabic and Chinese)
So, I wrote in Autocad and then I import in Gmax (but the scene stay empty)
I think the 3ds export option disappears in Autocad 2007..
Any advise would...
I'd like to know if someone know how can I import DXF file from Autocad in Gmax ?
Gmax seems to import correctly but the scene stays empty (it's like my DXF file is empty)
My DXF file only contains a text.
Thanks for any help !
Are you sure that your polygon (in GMax) is correctly placed at 0 (Z level) ?
Try to delete this from the asm file :
IFIN1 OBJECT_0_FAIL, image_complex, 2, 32767
I haven't this line with my ground polygons.
Try to use a lower number instead 24 (16 for instance):
I think there is no way to convert asm files into xml files.
When you export your project, you have to fill correctly the position of your polygon.
You can't add your ground poly in a library.