…this is one of my favourite commands that I use all the time.
It is really useful for the following…
To use Zoom to Selection – (more…)
If you are looking for some hints on Detailing in ArchiCAD… take a look at my Tips & Tricks webinar on our YouTube channel: More movies available here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CadimageTools
If you have old project files, you may have trouble opening them in the more recent versions of ArchiCAD. Fortunately Graphisoft provide ‘File Converter‘ packages that allow you to save these old files in a format that is supported. These packages are also designed to run on newer Operating Systems for both MacOS and Windows.
This is just a quick note – when you update Cadimage Tools for ArchiCAD 18, don’t worry if at the end of the Install the Tools still show as their ‘old version’. Once the installer has completed, you need to quit the Installer and launch ArchiCAD. If you check the Installer again – you will
You may have noticed that recently with ArchiCAD 18 we have integrated Extrusions. This movie will give you an overview of the new functionality:
If you have a project that you find particularly slow to navigate or work in 3D this may be due to the model having a large number of polygons. Polygons are the 2D shapes that are pieced together to form a 3D model… and there can be a LOT of them in a model. A
How often do you create a Detail or Worksheet and then find you have to delete the boundary that appears? And then again each time the view updates! Personally, I do it a lot until I remember to go and turn the function off in the Work Environment! If you want to do the same,
If you place a Cadimage Cabinet, the plan view display might show the ID for the object (this depends on your project defaults). You can control the ID display with Model View Options: go to Document>Set Model View>Model View Options>Cadimage Cabinets (1)>Plan View Label (2) Turn off the ID by selecting Plan View Labels then Label Content (3)
If you have loaded a Library to a recent project in ArchiCAD, you can quickly add this to the current project too. In the Library Manager, go to the pull down button next to Add…
If you have missing attributes in your ArchiCAD you can get ArchiCAD to automatically check all of your Surfaces. Simply go to Options>Element Attributes>Check Surfaces: