If you want to control the display of Roof Covering in plan, you just have to go to the Covering Settings- Display Settings Under Symbol, there are the options: H- Means Home Story A- Means Above Story B- Means Below Story If you are in ArchiCAD 16 or 17, you can
Once you have placed a wall covering you can choose to change the wall side placement by clicking the flip button: For ARCHICAD 20 For ARCHICAD 19 and older
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: For ARCHICAD 20 For ArchiCAD 19 and older
The Cadimage Roof Coverings tool now has the option to edit the position of the Fascia Edge in the settings For ARCHICAD 20 For ARCHICAD 19
Would you like the coverings to cast shadows in 3D? Select your coverings, open the settings. Under the Display Options change the Shadow settings to either Model View Options or Use local Settings. If you select “Use Local Settings” tick both Cladding and Trims. For MVO, you’ll need to tick the Cladding and Trims under
You can add a round or rectangular footing your column using the Cadimage Coverings Tool. The result will look similar to the image below (depending on your settings): 1. Go to your Plan View 2. Select your column 3. Go to Cadimage > Coverings > Column Coverings 4. Select the Cadimage Column Footing item: For
The Coverings work differently for ArchiCAD 18 compared to ArchiCAD 17 tool. The new way the covering works will determine of the Door or Windows openings are detected by the coverings or not. The recommended practice for ArchiCAD 18 would be to have the right renovation default filter before applying the covering, so please
In ArchiCAD 18, the Wall covering tool Layout settings will allow you to edit which side of the wall reference line you want the covering to be placed.
Depending of the roof design, sometimes is necessary to align the cladding lines: Just select the node in the middle of the covering and drag it to align.