I don't use Profiles for Windows, instead I use the "Blocks" option introduced in V18. Set your Window width/height in Properties so that the Style preview matches the window being worked on.
- I create a 3D pattern to be used in the window. Delete the 2D profile, move the object to 0,0,0 and save it as a Block.
- Go to the Window Style you want to apply this to and click on Blocks in the Design section.
- In the Custom Blocks dialog, click "Add".
- In the Custom Block dialog, select your newly created Block from the Block list.
I use "Scale to Fit" so I could use this in a different sized window.
I used "Center" for all the "Insertion Points" because I created the Block at 0,0,0.
I assigned it to the "Inside" Frame Component
. If I had a Window Type such as Double Hung or Double Casement, I might choose Window Component. "All" applies the Block to both panes. "Single" will apply the Block to the pane specified; 1 or 2.
Finally, apply a material.
Hope this helps.
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