From time to time, we release updates for all Cadimage Tools. These need to be installed on your machine in order to ‘update’ your software.
The update process is as follows:
If you are detailing in ArchiCAD 17 or newer and are using the fill tool, you have four options to use different fill types, Drafting Fills, Cover Fills, Cut Fills and the latest addition ‘Cut Fills- Building Materials’, that will use the same fill assigned to the building material.
When adding text you have two options for Scalability, Model Size and Paper Size. Model Size means that the size of the text will change with the scale, Paper Size means that the text will always show at the size nominated on the Layout. The default is to have this set to Paper Size, so
You can resize your view to accommodate all visible elements placed in the project. Mac: Command + ‘ Win: Ctrl + ‘ OR Double Click the middle button on your mouse.
As it’s ANZAC Day on the Monday 25th we’ll be out of the office till Tuesday the 26th. We are currently experiencing technical issue with Cadimage Tools activation & mycadimage.com access, our web developers are currently working to resolving these issue. For our overseas registered members, ANZAC Day commemorates the loss of New Zealand and Australian
Cadimage Group’s Managing Director, Campbell Yule, was one of the featured speakers at GRAPHISOFT’s International Partner Conference in Amsterdam 14th – 16th April. The New Zealand market is the first in the world to launch the ARCHICAD LIVE Subscription offering that will be rolled out worldwide and the Partner network and GRAPHISOFT subsidiaries were keen to hear about the the
Introduced in ARCHICAD 18, 3D grass is a great way to add a little bit more to your 3D renders. More Information
The quickest way to locate a fill or other attributes in ARCHICAD is by typing the first letters of the name of that attribute. ARCHICAD will highlight it for you.
If you want to be able to enter your boundary data in Degrees, Minutes, Seconds format in the Cadimage Sites+Massing tool, you’ll need to set the Working Units to Degrees, Minutes, Seconds. Setting the ‘Angle Format’ in the Boundary Object settings to DMS only changes the way that the data is displayed on the label, the
Wanting to change a number of elements to the same layer or change the pen? WIN: Ctrl + Shift + T MAC: Command + Option + T http://helpcenter.graphisoft.com/guides/archicad-18-int-reference-guide/interaction/selection/edit-selection-set/