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
Have you ever found the colours on screen don’t look quite like the colours you output on paper? Well, without going in to display configuration, a simple thing you can do is use this simple Object and print a version of your pen palette so you know what the colours will be like on your device(s).
Have you ever found the colours on screen don’t look quite like the colours you output on paper? Well, without going in to display configuration, a simple thing you can do is use this great Object and print a version of your pen palette so you know what the colours will be like on your
When you print a Layout you can either choose to use the Printing Pen Sets provided to get grayscales & colours as the Pen Set has been designed to do. This means that those light shades are grey but the orange windows become solid black. While the red Revisions pen stays red: Alternatively you can
As part of the ArchiCAD 18 NZE Template document we have labelled every pen in the ArchiCAD Pen Set on pages 30-32 This is an extremely useful guide on the pens & may help make sense of the organisation & purpose of the Pens. The Pen set is broken down to 3 sections: The Modelling
One of the biggest advantages of the NZE template is the scale-able pens. There are 4 pen sets which each have a printing buddy. These 4 pen sets are for different scales. The idea is that when you print at a different scale all the pens reduce/increase is size accordingly. We have been very consistent
In the NZ Template we have left several pen slots free for you to customize The best use we have seen of these is ‘Presentation Pens’ – pale light colours similar to Pantone Tria Markers commonly used for colour presentation in 2D Documents. We have experimented adding these to the color row on the pensets