Rather than watch for an email or periodically launch the Cadimage Installer – why not enable automatic checking for updates to your Cadimage Tools? To do this, in ArchiCAD 19, go to Cadimage> myCadimage> Preferences… …now simply make sure the options is enabled and set your preferred frequency.
If you have recently updated your ArchiCAD 19 Cadimage Tools using the Cadimage Installer, you may have noticed a new menu appear in Cadimage> myCadimage… This has three options… Check for Updates… – checks your installed Tools against the latest available versions Tip of the Day… – displays the Tip of the Day article in your
This is something to be aware of – when you update Cadimage Tools for ArchiCAD 18, don’t worry if at the end of the Install the Tools still show as their ‘old version’. Once the installer has completed, you need to quit the Installer and launch ArchiCAD. If you check the Installer again – you will
If a new ArchiCAD (Hot fix) or Library Update becomes available you will be notified with an on-screen alert if the Check for Updates function is turned ON. Go to Options > Work Environment > Network and Update and tick the Check for Updates box. NOTE: Check with your BIM Manager before making this change,
On the very rare occasion that your Cadimage tools decide that they don’t want to work properly, remember not to panic! The first thing to do is check to make sure that you are running the most up to date version of the tools Simply go to Cadimage > Activate > Check For Updates… If
Just a reminder to Check For Updates everyone! Keeping your ArchiCAD and Cadimage software up to date means that you are inoculated against any known problems, you always have new features or enhancements that become available, and you’ve already done the first trouble-shooting step if you run into problems. So check them frequently, and check them now!
To find out if there are any Updates to your currently installed Cadimage Tools, go to Cadimage > Activate > Check for Updates… and hit the Check for Updates button. Beside each Tool you have loaded you will get one of 4 options: Not loaded – means you own it but it has not been