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Re: Never too old to play with blocks, I guess...

Because he use repository version.

Yes, this is clear, but why? Why using an older version than possible?
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Re: Never too old to play with blocks, I guess...

And why not SH3D 6.3???

Because he use repository version.


Yep. And because I wrote that the night before I located the .deb for SH3D 6.3...

so I'm now running 6.3

Read this post . I've write it especially for guys like You.


Many thanks. I've read it - it looks awesome - when I've got time, I'll go through it step by step.

Your Core2Duo is not a problem BUT if You have a dedicated graphic card You will need some more settings.
After this operation success we could go to next step.
(Only If You want cool ).


Well, my old 2-core laptop runs v4.3 fine - just very slow - and I can even view "top view" for Furniture Icons in Plan in that.

However, v6.1.2 and v6.3 has the Furniture Icons in Plan option greyed out and only displays "catalog icons". I've had that problem on both the old 2-core laptop and the "new" 4-core "media machine".
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Crazy Kiwi bloke

Debian "buster" 10 64bit
Sweet Home 3D 6.3 64bit
i5 Quad-core 3.1GHz
8GB 1333MHz DDR3 RAM
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Re: Never too old to play with blocks, I guess...

(Only If You want cool ).
It appears you don't want.
Why?:
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I located the .deb for SH3D 6.3... so I'm now running 6.3
I've never mentioned .deb package.
For more precision - You have sweethome3d 6.3+dfsg-1
and Maintainer:pkg-java-maintainers@lists.alioth.debian.org so
Is NOT Puybaret Emmanuel.
2. One of my machine (at work)
Operating System: Debian GNU/Linux
KDE Plasma Version: 5.17.5
KDE Frameworks Version: 5.62.0
Qt Version: 5.12.5
Kernel Version: 5.5.0-2-amd64
OS Type: 64-bit
Processors: 2 × Intel® Core™2 Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz
Memory: 3,7 GiB of RAM
And is an Dell Optiplex 780 made in 2007
It's a little bit slow but is fully functional(SH3D).
Furniture Icons in Plan option greyed out and only displays "catalog icons". I've had that problem on both the old 2-core laptop and the "new" 4-core "media machine".
And maybe more other functions You've don't discovered yet.
From my side it took me a few years to understand that.
I've write the tutorial to make others to avoid this.
Until there I'll wait for you.
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When all else fails, read the instructions.Murphy's Law
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Re: Never too old to play with blocks, I guess...

(Only If You want cool ).
It appears you don't want.
Why?:


I dunno, I'm just lazy, I guess tongue

The package versions have always worked well in the past and I'm just used to doing dpkg for anything I want to install.

So: I finally got around to doing what you told me to do and installed SH3D 6.3 via the file from Sourceforge - and it fixed the problem. I now no longer have the option greyed out and I can view "Top View".

Some other time that's not so late at night, I'll carry on through the instructions for the library editors.

Many many thanks for your help.
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Debian "buster" 10 64bit
Sweet Home 3D 6.3 64bit
i5 Quad-core 3.1GHz
8GB 1333MHz DDR3 RAM
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Re: Never too old to play with blocks, I guess...

Great! Now we can talk!
But for this subject please continue to Installation tread.
I'll wait you there. (Only if you need).
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