The Change Tool has been a welcome addition to the ArchiCAD Toolbox in ArchiCAD 18 allowing you to draw Revision clouds with ease. But what layer should they be on? This entirely depends on where you want to see the cloud. We generally think that the Change tool should be placed using the views specific
The new Revisions functionality in ArchiCAD speaks for itself! It should save hours managing your documents for you automatically and reduce the possibility of human error down to near zero.
One of Revisions nice little features is the ability to automatically rename layouts based on the latest revisions on that page. For instance the plan may be revision “d” but the elevations only revision “b” From the Revisions menu choose Annotate Layout Name…. and choose the formatting and then automatically the layout names will be
The Revisions tool ships with a number of objects that allow the display of different information on the layout book. Firstly lets look at the the Cadimage Layout Info object, this allows for the display of information such as the current Phase “tender” or individual revision specific information. This essentially functions like ArchiCAD auto text
If you are using Cadimage Revisions and you change a placed Revision Cloud’s shape to be a custom cloud, you get a bunch of adjustable hotspots. The number and position of the hotspots depends on the original shape of the cloud. If you started with a rectangular cloud, you’ll get 4 editable edges. If
Back in the office again after a long week-end. This week we get Monday off in New Zealand due to a national holiday we call Labour Day. Major Bug Fix! Last week we released updates for all the Cadimage Tools for ArchiCAD 13 and ArchiCAD 14. The catalyst for this action was a report from
We are very pleased to announce the immediate availability of the Revision Manager Tool for ArchiCAD 13! You can download it right now from the downloads section on our website. Documentation Suite owners, this means you too. Remember to check our fancy new Online Help System where you can read the Release Report for this
Making an ArchiCAD Beam display ‘correctly’ and how to group Revisions by Release when using CadimageTools Revision Manager. Logon to www.archicadselect.com > Resources > Tips to download this QUICKtip. .
ArchiCAD 12 Revision Manager allows you to group revisions by Release. Open the Revision Manager Dialog with the Cadimage – Revision Manager – Revision Manager… menu and click on the Edit Issue Button. Check the Group Revisions by Release check box. Then close the Drawing Issue Dialog by clicking the Update Issue Button Here’s an