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
Since ARCHICAD 19 was released there are two placement methods for Labels, you will find these methods only in the Info Box after selecting the Label tool. The Associated method is used for Labels that will detect the content of the element clicked with the label (e.g. Composite label). The Independent label will allow you
Keynotes uses six components to create a Label that can later be scheduled… but what are those components? They 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
If you place electrical symbols, you may want to keep the labels horizontal (readable). Go to Document>Set model view>Model view options> Set the orientation of labels to be ‘locked‘.
As with everything in ArchiCAD, walls have the ability to to have a unique identification label once we have checked that all the walls have unique ID’s, we can use the label tool to label each wall, effectively creating a wall set out plan for our builders.
Before you can apply labels to the windows you need to set the label tool up for doors and windows. With nothing selected open the label tools settings. Under the Content & Preview Tab, choose the Window Tool option from the list. Change the label type from Text to Cadimage ID Label Configure the label
Open the Keynotes Palette from Cadimage > Keynotes > Keynotes Palette. To attach notes to elements Select the elements then: 1. Make sure you have it set to Element labels. 2. Make sure the key note palette is on Full Notes 3. Double click on the notes to add them to the selected elements To
By varying the arrow head and style of dimensions you can use dimensions as double ended and stylized labels, useful for labeling framing and areas.