In Windows, go to C:\Users\[your username]\Appdata\Local\Graphisoft\ArchiCAD-64 Cache Folder
In Mac OSX, go to your Finder and click ‘Go’ from the top menu
Then hold down the ALT key and the Library option will appear
Click on that, and then continue to: Library>Cache>Graphisoft>ArchiCAD-64 Cache Folder
Now delete the ArchiCAD-64 xx.0.0 NZE R1 or ArchiCAD-64 xx.0.0 folder
Project Indexes are table of contents-type items listed in the Project Map of the Navigator. Use Project Indexes to make lists revisions, issues, views, layout sheets and drawings, based on customized criteria. To open an index, go to the Navigator palette and double-click its name.
When making a new Door Schedule using Cadimage Doors+Windows, you can filter out certain doors by hitting the Edit Filter button in the Schedule Settings and typing in the ID of the doors you want to exclude (Does Not Contain).
To delete all Cutting Planes, use the Delete All Cutting Planes command from the Standard toolbar or from View > Elements in 3D View > 3D Cutting Planes.
For years people have wanted to show the area of a slab in plan (like the fill tool). Now with ARCHICAD 21 this is made a lot easier with the auto text labels enhancements. Place an associative label on the slab, and then insert the area auto text. https://helpcenter.graphisoft.com/videos/archicad/archicad-21-new-features/archicad_21_autotext_label_enhancements/
Right-click on the toolbox, and choose Toolbox, then you can add or delete the tools you need to the Toolbox.
You can add new nodes to elements by double click the object edge. In the 3D Window, you can add nodes only to polygonal elements. To insert a new node without moving it, double-click on a polygon . (The Insert node option must be active in the pet palette.) Note: You cannot add a new node to
Change the setting of Measure Sill Height from:
You’ll often find answers 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 Another great resource is the blog http://blog.cadimage.com/ This will give you information on updates to the Cadimage Tools & Objects, plus access to