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Support Ticket Reminder

28 January 2016 Gareth No Comments
Tip of the Day

As a general rule, our Support Team prioritises Technical Support questions over How To questions.

You’ll often find answers to How-To questions faster than we can get back to you, simply by referring to the documentation available on the ARCHICAD and Cadimage websites:
ARCHICAD Help Center | ARCHICAD YouTube Channel | Cadimage Knowledge Base |  Cadimage YouTube Channel |

Sometimes a question can simply be answered using google or visiting Cadimage blog
What are Technical Support questions?

Questions related to the installation, error diagnosis, and other software problems for ARCHICAD or the Cadimage Tools which sometimes prevent our customers from working – which is why these questions are prioritised.

 



How to find Spline length

27 January 2016 Mark Horrocks No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

To find the length of a Spline, activate the Element Information palette, go to Window > Palettes > Element Information. Select the Spline then choose the Element Size icon and the length will be shown.



Quick Key Tuesday – Zoom to Selection

26 January 2016 Gareth No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

Zoom to selected elements. MAC: Command+Shift+’ WIN: Ctrl+Shift+’


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Whats an .lcf?

25 January 2016 Scylla de Magalhaes No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

Library Container File The extension.lcf identifies a “Library Container file”. The default ArchiCAD 17 Library is stored in an.lcf, but you can also create your own Library Container file, or extract its contents, using the File > Libraries and Objects > Create/Extract a Container command. Since the Library Container file is a single file, yet

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Project Info

22 January 2016 Scylla de Magalhaes No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

How to Use Project Info Data The Project Info content is available for use as AutoText entries. AutoText helps you to insert project information easily in both Model Views and Layouts. Step 1: Add Project Info Open the Project Info dialog box (File/Info/Project Info) and fill in the Project, Architect and/or Client data. See also:

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Save Save Save

21 January 2016 Scylla de Magalhaes No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

It’s important to develop good habits for saving and backing up your work as you go along, as well as periodically migrating projects from older versions of ArchiCAD to the current one. This will help you to avoid data loss or any loss of work, from day to day or over the long term. Most

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Cur Surface Display

20 January 2016 Soto No Comments
ArchiCAD 17, ArchiCAD 18, ArchiCAD 19, Tip of the Day

If you want to display the elements cut in 3D with a specific surface go to the menu View>Elements in 3D view>Filter and Cut Elements in 3D…> Or you can just use the element attribute.   Another way to go to those settings would be to click the drop down arrow symbol for the 3D

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Quick Key Tuesday – Trace Reference

19 January 2016 Gareth No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

Turn the trace reference feature On / Off MAC: Use Shift key plus the F2 Key WINDOWS: Use Alt key plus the F2 Key


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Great Architects talking about Open BIM

18 January 2016 Scylla de Magalhaes No Comments
ArchiCAD, News, Tip of the Day

Let’s talk about BIM Building information model (BIM) are files which can be exchanged or networked to support decision-making about a place. Current BIM software is used by individuals, businesses and government agencies who plan, design, construct, operate and maintain diverse physical infrastructures, such as water, wastewater, electricity, gas, refuse and communication utilities, roads, bridges and

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What is that blue box?

15 January 2016 Gareth No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

Ever noticed this blue box before and don’t know what it is? Well this box lets you know that its an element that has been trimmed or has a solid element operations applied to it. In the image below, the box indicates that the wall has been trimmed to a roof. The second image lets me

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