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Lightwright is Compatible With Vectorworks 2016, Almost...
Lightwright 5 and 6 work great with Vectorworks 2016, except for Vectorworks’ new Project Sharing feature. It is unlikely that Data Exchange will ever work with Project Sharing.
Lightwright 6.0.6 is Available Now
Version 6.0.6 is ready to download, it fixes a wide range of bugs, including a really vicious one that affected Windows users when double-clicking files, plus lots of others. It also adds several NEW FEATURES, read the Help menu's Release Notes.pdf for complete info.
This update is a CRITICAL UPDATE and you should install it as soon as possible.
Student licenses require version 6.0.1 or later.
Lightwright Touch vs. Lightwright 6
Unfortunately, Lightwright Touch isn't compatible with Lightwright 6 at this time, but West Side Systems has a new release in beta testing that will, hopefully in about a month. For more information, contact West Side Systems directly.
Lightwright 6's minimum system requirements are the bare minimum you need to run Lightwright 6. Lightwright 6 may creak along with a slow processor or hard drive, and the larger your monitor, the more pixels it has to push. A fast SSD will help opening and closing files, but a fast processor, plenty of RAM, and a fast graphics chip are really needed for a good experience.
I've also found that for some reason the Mac version draws the screen faster than the Windows version. My personal experience has also been that Windows 10 is significantly faster than Windows 7 or 8.
Maybe it's time to consider a new laptop?...;)
Lightwright 6 Needs Serious Horsepower
Using Lightwright 6 with Eos
Eos Version 2.4 is NOT currently compatible with Lightwright 6. They changed the way cue times are sent via OSC, but didn't provide a complete solution for OSC. ETC is working on this and hopefully a solution (and a new version of Lightwright 6 that works with 2.4.1 or whatever) will be available soon.
In the meantime, if you're running Eos 2.3, you'll be intererested to hear that ETC released a new video that shows some of the ways Lightwright 6 connects with Eos.
New Lightwright User Forum
Kevin Barry (B'way production electrician) put together an online forum for Lightwright users to help each other, show each other labels, and puzzle out shortcuts and other ways of using Lightwright. Forum membership is free, and signing up is easy and secure. To join, point your web browser at http://lightwright.boards.net/