Thickness parameter can be turned on and off (previously was always visible).
If you wish to label the ID or other properties of Doors and Windows in an elevation in ArchiCAD 19 there is a new method. First of all make sure that the label placement method is set to Associated, see article below Associated vs Independent Labels (ARCHICAD 19) Then go to the Label tool in
If you are using the Keynotes Tool you have a variety of different frame styles you can use.
If you are using the Cadimage Keynotes tool you can choose the way the text aligns for the labels. See example below Label ID and text aligns always to the left: Or automatically align to the side you place the label Just go to the Keynotes Label settings>Text format>General and change the Paragraph to
With added features to the label tool in ARCHICAD 19, moving the label has changed. Click on the text box handles will only move / edit text box and leave the arrowhead in its place. To move the text and the arrowhead, click on one of 3 points: The Arrowhead Pointer Elbow Text Connection Point
The components that make up a Cadimage Keynote Label are: Label Header – this is custom text you can enter Category – the category title for the group your keynote belongs to Key – the unique reference used by your keynote Title – the title / heading for your keynote Description – the detailed description of
ARCHICAD 19 now allow you to hide a label with its associated element. By ticking the option in Label Selection Settings, the Label will automatically be hidden when you hide the layer where the element has been placed.
A batch of new Arrowhead types have been added to ArchiCAD 19 highlighted in the Label Tool below…
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)
We all know that the awesome folks at Graphisoft love sneaky lots of nifty tricks into their tools, But did you know about this one? The Zone tool has the ability to display different information in its stamp depending on the scale of the drawing! Before we can get this to work, we need