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  1. This version has the faults turned off in the Samples project to prevent modeling complications. If you are not working in the Samples project folder this is not an important update. The RockWorks Revision History has a complete list, by date, of all changes in the program. To download this build, use the Help | Updates | Check for Updates menu inside RockWorks20. RockWorks Link, click on free trial tab: https://www.rockware.com/product/rockworks/ where you can download the installation program and install the new build right over the top of the existi
  2. Hello Vincent, Both versions will be installed on the users machine side by side and they will need to connect to the network licenses for use. Then, open the projects from the Users:Documents:RockWorks17 Data folder in RockWorks20 to migrate the RockWorks project to the new version. RockWorks will create the project in a new data folder and leave the RW17 folder/project in tact for backup. Visit the RockWorks documentation page for "quick-start" documents which describe installation and licensing details: https://www.rockware.com/support/rockworks-support/rockworks
  3. New versions of LogPlot8 (32-bit and 64-bit) were uploaded to the RockWare website today and include the fix for Well Construction segments with a non-zero Inner Diameter. Those will now draw correctly when a non-zero Offset is specified. You can also refer to the complete LogPlot revision list: https://www.rockware.com/rockworks/revisions/current_logplot_revisions.htm To download this build, use the Help | Check for Updates menu inside LogPlot8. Or visit the LogPlot Free Trial tab (https://www.rockware.com/product/logplot/) where you can download the installation p
  4. A new version of RockWorks2021 was uploaded to the RockWare website today, with new features, improvements, and bug fixes. The RockWorks Revision History has a complete list, by date, of all changes in the program. New Features: The grid and solid math menus now include options for computing the log base 10 and natural logarithms of the node values. This is a useful tool for identifying spatial relationships for data in which the majority of the values are much lower than the highest value. Layers in RockPlot2D window can now be locked from selecting to m
  5. The depths can be set by your projected up and down dip depth numbers in the 3D fault set up dialog box. Your example above looks to be about 90' vertical scale so you are likely on the right track.
  6. Hello JuDi, The drawing order for Well Construction types is defined by the base depth in the Construction Types Table. In the case of a tie (same depth) then it will default to the order they were entered to the table. Possibly you could add a small depth increment to the 'borehole' item to get the depth just a little more than other items? In the new version of RockWorks, improvements have been made in how the Well Construction layers are drawn. In RockWorks17 I'm afraid you will need to use the >right click >move to back option as you have discovered or adjust depths slightl
  7. The Z Elevation represents the sample elevation at the corresponding X and Y location. In most projects this is depth. The program will read the indicated XYZ location coordinates and project the Down-dip/Up-dip of the fault from those points.
  8. Hi There, possibly this online help topic will help you with your datasheet set up for fault modeling: https://help.rockware.com/rockworks17/WebHelp/utilities_faults_summary.htm You can send more information about your data and workflow to our tech support email box if you want to ask specific questions about the fault modeling module.
  9. Hello Henry, I was able to reproduce the issue of transparency around vertical text not working and overlapping the frame. I found that if you make the text just slightly smaller it will fit in the box, as a temporary workaround. I will send this issue to the development team to take a look at for a fix in a future release. Thanks for your input and detailed explanation along with the screen shot. Sincerely, Katy
  10. Hello Ian, Very large grid models may produce out-of-memory errors within the RockPlot2D and RockPlot3D programs. Unfortunately, we cannot define the maximum model dimensions because it's based on a variety of variables (e.g. other programs that are currently loaded, RAM size, virtual memory size, etc.). The solution is to decrease the size of the grid or the node density. You may also wish to try using a Subset of your project to limit data being loaded to the map. More information about creating grids from Lidar can be found in our online help documentation: https://help.rockware.c
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