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Lumaja
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Import Furniture Problem

Ubuntu 12.04
Sweet Home 3D

My flat has all aluminum windows and I found them in “3D warehouse” got into problem importing.
When drag and drop to “Furniture import wizard” the picture goes back and does not stay in the window.
What am I doing wrong?
Please can someone help me.
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Re: Import Furniture Problem

Try clicking a few buttons, starting with Furniture --> Import furniture ...
This drag-and-drop is more like Windows.

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Re: Import Furniture Problem

Hi hans
I did the necessary clicking Furniture > Furniture import with the two windows next to each other I
drag and drop the picture to “Furniture import wizard” the problem is the picture does not stick, goes back to were it come from so no import was achieved.
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Re: Import Furniture Problem

Hans already tried to explain that drag and drop doesn't work in Linux.
You have to click as explained by Hans and then choose your model using the choose model button. A file explorer will open and you will have to navigate to your model's location and select the correct file.

Best, slimpy
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Re: Import Furniture Problem

Thank you for the hint but hans didn't exactly mention the “drag and drop doesn't work in Linux.”
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Re: Import Furniture Problem

No, he didn't.
But what does
This drag-and-drop is more like Windows
mean to you?
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