If you are looking for the Tools in the Toolbox in ARCHICAD 18-21 – these can be added quickly by installing the Cadimage Work Environment via the Cadimage Installer…
It’s likely you have installed already this profile when you installed the tools.
Tired of unsightly lines ruining the display of your finely crafted meshes in Floor Plan view? Well, worry no more! With the judicious application of a single setting in the Mesh tool, you can change your spider-web meshes from this: to this: Too good to be true, you say? Don’t take my word for it,
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You can dynamically change the roof slant angle by choosing Change Roof Pitch from the pet palette when editing a roof pitch in 3D window. Note that the hinge for the roof is the roof pivot line.
To add a spot height to a mesh; have the mesh selected, AND the mesh tool selected in the ToolBox, set the Geometry Method to Polygonal, then simply double-click on the mesh, in the new dialog select your Mesh Point type. Now you can select the point and set its ‘Z’ height from the Pet
In ARCHICAD 19 and newer, with the new Tab Bar feature, double-clicking on different views/layouts opens new tabs. If you would like them to open in a single tab go to Options>Work Environment>More Options
Quick Options Palette now with Settings Shortcuts in V19 and newer. Layer Settings, Scale, Partial Structure Display, Pens and Colors, Model View Options, Renovation Filter Options and Project preferences can now be accessed faster than ever.
If you are one of those people who likes to use Grid Lines, It is usually a good idea to lock them into place. (This is a good practice to get into so that the goblins don’t come along and move them halfway through the project) There are 2 simple ways to do this, By
Want to measure an area or the volume of an element? Window > Palettes > Element Information The Element Information Palette is useful way to measure. It displays the area & volumes with both and without holes. Handy way to measure cut and fill with your existing and proposed meshes for example. Elements Properties. Element’s
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