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V17 - 2019 General Discussion / Re: How to read older bmf files
« Last post by Patricia G. on March 21, 2020, 05:23:46 PM »
Hi there,

I don't think, TFP 6 will work on Win 10.
Your only option is if you have a jpg image of the plan or a PDF, so you can trace the plan.

Hope this helps.

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V17 - 2019 General Discussion / Re: How to read older bmf files
« Last post by sprybry on March 21, 2020, 04:57:13 PM »
Thanks Patrica, they are .bmf files which I am certain was the original file format for floorplan v6.  I know it is version 6 because I opened one of the files in notepad and I can see the version embedded inside of the file.  For some reason, when I was doing cad development of my house plans, I rarely exported to .pdf or .dfx files.  At least I cannot find any on the old hard drives that I have scoured through.  I think I was perhaps on version 8 of floorplan when I stopped doing design.  But now, I have the itch again and want to see if I can resurrect my original floor plans.  Wish I had my old software, but it most likely would not work on a Windows 10 64 bit machine anyway.
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V17 - 2019 General Discussion / Re: How to read older bmf files
« Last post by Patricia G. on March 21, 2020, 08:30:52 AM »
Hi there,

do you have bmf or bld files? Do you have the files in other format (pdf, dwg, etc)
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V17 - 2019 General Discussion / How to read older bmf files
« Last post by sprybry on March 21, 2020, 05:49:12 AM »
I have some very old bmf files that are my house from 2002.  I opened one of them up and it looks like my software was floorplan version 6.  Yikes, I know!  I cannot find my floorplan software to install it.  Is there any possible way I can view, or I know this is crazy, but be able to modify them in a newer version of floorplan turbocad?  I apologize if this is not the correct spot for this post, I posted this in the v12-v16 but did not see any recent posts so I am cross posting it here.
Regards,
Bryan
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V12 - V16 General Discussion / How to read older bmf files
« Last post by sprybry on March 21, 2020, 05:42:25 AM »
I have some very old bmf files that are my house from 2002.  I opened one of them up and it looks like my software was floorplan version 6.  Yikes, I know!  I cannot find my floorplan software to install it.  Is there any possible way I can view, or I know this is crazy, but be able to modify them in a newer version of floorplan turbocad?  I apologize if this is not the correct spot for this post.
Regards,
Bryan
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News and Announcements / New! Wall Accessories Curtains Collection
« Last post by Patricia G. on February 26, 2020, 04:01:02 PM »
Hi all,

Just released!

-A new collection with more than 500 curtains, developed in 20 categories (19 styles and a sampler) with different models, materials, colors, effects, layers, supports, etc.

-All the models are brand new as well as the applied textures, that include different finishing materials such as lace, cotton, leather, linen, damask, formal, casual, rustic, shinny, opaque, perforated, just to name a few.

-For the first time in the programs, we have curtains for curved and arched windows!

-Also includes fresh new formats to add an original touch on the windows of your room.

-All the curtains can be imported into any Punch!, TurboFloorPlan or Architect 3D program, Windows or Mac, Version 18 and up.

-The collection includes a read me file with the exact instructions to install and use the libraries (Mac and Windows)

Visit our new collection










Enjoy!
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V17 - 2019 General Discussion / Re: Is it possible to import SmartDraw drawings?
« Last post by Patricia G. on February 19, 2020, 09:39:20 AM »
Hi there,

As your program doesn't include 3D rendering, I am assuming that you wish to import 2D floor plans, correct?

If so, can you tell me the file format of the floor plans?
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V17 - 2019 General Discussion / Is it possible to import SmartDraw drawings?
« Last post by ChecMark on February 19, 2020, 06:40:01 AM »
Have used SmartDraw for many years and created numerous projects from home design to office complexes; however, SmartDraw has no 3D rendering. I there any way to import or use my existing drawings?

Thank you. 
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« Last post by Patricia G. on February 06, 2020, 08:26:00 AM »
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