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whats going on guys balkan architect here and in todays video were talking about material legends in a rabbit material legends are an important part in architecture especially when it comes to sheets and presenting your projects its also always useful to have that little material legend off the side that gives the you know the reader of the of the project or of the plan it gives them a better idea of what theyre looking at and what do the actual materials represent and the materials that are being used in the model now unfortunately as far as i know rabbit doesnt really have a really nice automated way of representing materials so we have to use this kind of little workaround to create our material legend but in the end the end result works really really good so i think its important to cover this now before i get into that tutorial i would just like to mention that this is something that they cover in my detailing in revit course its a course that covers pretty much everythin