Place a 2D Marquee in the 3D window gives two extra render commands
As the rendered image size is set in the Render Settings it may not be obvious which part of your model will be rendered. Turn on the Render Safe Frame (Document > Creative Imaging > Render Safe Frame) This displays a frame that indicates which part of the model will be rendered.
The Preview window in the PhotoRendering Settings can be refreshed manually or automatically. To turn on automatic preview refresh, Open the PhotoRendering Settings (Windows > Palettes > PhotoRendering Settings) Under the preview click on the far right drop down and select Auto refresh preview. The 3D window must be active in order for automatic refresh to occur.
When you have a morph that has both curvy faces and sharp edges, to increase the resolution of the curve and still have the sharp edges. Select the morph Command Design>Modify Morph>Modify segmentation More segments.
We all love how wall intersections clean up in each corner. But what if have a straight wall and would like to check if you have more than one wall there? You can turn off the wall intersection in the command menu: Veiw>On-Screen view options> Clear Wall & Beam Intersections.
The Reserve All command will attempt to reserve all unreserved elements and project data in the currently opened Teamwork Project.
When you are working in a Teamwork environment, it is important to think of others. If you simply close ARCHICAD and walk away from your machine you could be leaving other team members locked out from elements / dialogs you have reserved. To prevent this, simply set the Release All when closing Teamwork Project with Send
An extremely simple feature to use is the new Two Point Perspective view in the 3d Window. In ARCHICAD 20 simply check the box in the Perspective Settings or right click in the 3D window and your 3D View will change from a 3 point to a 2 point perspective. The effect is similar to using the
May have found already information online how to remove the Commas for dimensions in Windows computers:
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