Sections in ArchiCAD may have Infinite or Limited extent. If you choose a section to have Limited extent, you can display a limited part of the model in the section view. Otherwise all story levels will be displayed.
To set limited extent for a section, select the marker in plan view and open its Settings dialog.
Choose a reference point from which to measure the vertical extents of the section. This may be Project Zero, or you can choose a specific Story level.
Set the height of the section base, measured from the reference level.
Set the height of the section top, measured from the reference level.
Once youve created your database of Door and Window Schedule Notes you can attach these to your modelled Doors and Windows using the new Schedule Notes Palette accessed via Cadimage>Doors+Windows>Schedule Notes Palette… Now you just select the Door or Window, click ‘Add…’ and choose the Note you want to add to the piece of joinery
If you place a Cadimage Covering in a wall and wish you had placed it on the other side of the wall, you can change the size with the new feature:
Once you have placed a wall covering you can choose to change the wall side placement by clicking the flip button:
When you rotate a view like explained in this old article: http://blog.cadimage.com/2012/10/rotate-orientation/ You may find that the marker head of the details placed in plan are rotating with the view. A simple way to allow the marker to rotate is to check the standard Detail Marker to rotate with the view checking this simple settings:
If you find the Tabs are not in the ideal order for you… move them. All you need to do is click on the Tab you want to move, hold the mouse button down, move left or right and then let go when you want to drop it in place. Drag and drop in action!
If you find you have too many Tabs open in ArchiCAD 19 – you can close them easily the same way you would on a web browser… simply middle mouse click or click with the wheel button on the Tab you no longer need…
Theres a new Palette in town! The Doors+Windows Schedule Notes Palette. With this you can add your own database of notes, almost like Keynotes. They can then be assigned to any Window in your Model and these will automatically appear in the Schedule. You can access the Palette from Cadimage>Doors+Windows>Schedule Notes: Here you add a
Find the Cadimage Door or Window opening background here:
Most tools in ArchiCAD rely on Attributes. Attributes include Pens, Line types, Fills, Surfaces and so on. All attributes that already exist are managed by the Attribute Manager. Over time and as you become more experienced with ArchiCAD you will begin to create your own attributes; more than likely you are already in the form of