1. Select the Object/s you wish to Rotate 2. Go to Objective > Tools > Rotate For more information see the link below. https://cadimage.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/206663953-How-to-Rotate-an-object-using-Objective
When creating models, you occasionally come up against problems such as this: Here we have three recessed ceiling spot lamps – but the ceiling is not horizontal and there is no way to rotate the third lamp in the angled ceiling… unless you use Cadimage Objective. Create a section through the model so you can
When you rotate a view like explained in this old article: http://blog.cadimage.com/2012/10/rotate-orientation/ You may find that the marker head of the details placed in plan are rotating with the view. A simple way to allow the marker to rotate is to check the standard Detail Marker to rotate with the view checking this simple settings:
If you have used Cadimage Sites + Massing to create Boundaries around your site, the Cadimage Boundary objects Calculate their bearing based on Project North. So if you are planning on Rotating your Site, you need to update Project North at the same time. Cadimage Sites + Massing has an easy way of doing this.
If you want to rotate the window content, click the Rotate Orientation icon at the bottom of your screen. The degree of rotation is shown on the Reset Orientation button at the bottom of your screen. To Reset Orientation degree to zero, click on the Reset Orinetation button.
New in ArchiCAD 16 is the ability to easily rotate in 3D in addition, Shells, Curtain Walls and Morphs can be rotated around any axis in the 3D window space – (known as the separate “Free Rotate” command in earlier versions) – to do this in ArchiCAD 16, just use the plain Rotate command.