When editing a graphics in Illustrator that would update the material in origami, it would be great if we were able to export just the texture file and not have to export the whole model to get it. This would be useful when you have already designed and created the boxshot file and you just need to update the texture. I know that I can just export the 3d file again and delete what I don't need but if it gets worked into a future release that would be great.3 votes
You can export directly from Illustrator, just click File→Export and check “Use artboards”, also make sure that “Use whole artboard” option is set in Origami. This way you can easily replace the artwork without re-exporting the model. It also help to get higher resolution exports or extra channels/mask if neccessary.
Let me know if it helps.
it Would be vry good if in Origami, it could be indicated where a gap exists in a box design... i Receive die cut designs from our manufacturers in china every day and though i have been partially succesful in instructing them to create origami -ready die cuts, many times, when testing their designs,it turns out that the outline isn't completely closed and it takes me forever to check the illustrator file for these gaps.11 votes
It would be great and easier if user able to change material's color directly in Boxshot and Owlet for grayscale and bitmap mode... Nowadays, if we want a product have many color variants, then we have to save many material files with different color.6 votes
Create a barcode generator for the miniature one-track pharmacode.4 votes
This one? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pharmacode it is already there. If you need another one, please provide some information about it, as so far this is the only pharmacode we know and it is supported.
You can drag objects around the scene tree, dropping them one onto another to make hierarchies. Does it help or you need a more specific grouping feature?
Is it possible to add to the cylinder options a top radius and bottom radius? we have different packages that are a cylinder but they have a slight angle on the side. as an example a yogurt or ice cream cup. I think this will be a good idea.
You can do this with Lathe object, does it work for you?
Need a window box with PET Window. Window size and shape should be adjustable1 vote
Please use Origami to create complex boxes. This way you can get any shape you need, which is not the option for Boxshot as we try to keep its shapes parameters simple.
Every image I create I must edit the background to transparent, no floor, diffuse floor lighting, then adjust the level and decay. It would be so handy if I could simply save a preset or "Save as default" rather than having to manually adjust these items for each and every image I create with Boxshot.
This same preset behavior could also be carried over to the elements, set as defaults for a paperback, set as defaults for a hard cover, set as defaults for a magazine, etc.4 votes
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