How many times have you gone in to an old project looking for a Section, Elevation or Detail Marker and struggled to find it on plan? There is actually a very simple way to do this… right click in the Navigator (Project Map or View Map) on the Marker you are looking for and then click on the Select
If you are using the Cadimage Timber Railing tool, you can easily edit the position of the balusters if you click the Edit Component button
Lately we noticed that many ArchiCAD files we receive display a missing Add-Ons dialog box at opening. The dialog box means that the file has been migrated from an old version to a newer, likely from ArchiCAD 17 or older. The Cadimage Presets, Activate Add On, and Core Components are obsolete Add
When drawing a Wall you very often have to flip the Reference Line – rather than use a button on the Info Box, you can simply press ‘P’..
If you find the Tabs are not in the ideal order for you… move them. All you need to do is click on the Tab you want to move, hold the mouse button down, move left or right and then let go when you want to drop it in place. Drag and drop in action!
If you find you have too many Tabs open in ArchiCAD 19 – you can close them easily the same way you would on a web browser… simply middle mouse click or click with the wheel button on the Tab you no longer need…
The easiest way to check what layer is being used is by selecting the element and looking at the Layer field in the Infobox…
Here is a short movie that explains how to create Extrusions with Objective…
If you are looking for some hints on Detailing in ArchiCAD… take a look at my Tips & Tricks webinar on our YouTube channel: More movies available here: https://www.youtube.com/user/CadimageTools
Previously, in this post I showed a quick method for reducing the size of the Toolbox by reducing its size to hide the text. Here is a different way to ‘lose the text’… but this time it will allow you to create a double or even triple stack Toolbox. First of all, right click anywhere