If you need to Upgrade/Activate your ArchiCAD protection key, you will need to download the GRAPHISOFT Licence Activation tool. You can get it from here https://www.graphisoft.com/downloads/licensing/ And simply follow the instructions on that page.
Thats right folks! For those of you in New Zealand, we begin our nationwide tour of upgrade training starting in Wellington next week! If you haven’t already booked a session check out the website to find out when we will be arriving in a city near you. There are lots of cool new tricks in
ArchiCAD relies heavily on Java, it is installed with the disc, this version is the one that Graphisoft have extensively tested and is certified ‘compatible’ You can also find these versions here: http://www.archicadwiki.com/Install/Java Sometimes when installing the latest version of Java some compatibility issues can occur It is recommended that you remain on the compatible
ArchiCAD 16 Upgrade Training starts today in Wellington (Sept 3rd 2012). If you haven’t signed up yet and still want to come along you can sign up to the empty spots by going to our Events Page on Graphisoft.co.nz If all Wellington sessions are full, email Jacqui and we will look at opening another one
Here at Cadimage, we reckon that using the Cadimage Tools is the best way to really get the most out of ArchiCAD (we would though, wouldn’t we?), which is all very well, so long as you can actually get access to and use the tools in your ArchiCAD setup. We know that there’s nothing more annoying than
If you’re upgrading to ArchiCAD 14 from version 12 or 13 and you’re using the Cadimage Tools, you’ll find the Cadimage Upgrade goodie handy. You can use it to upgrade the Cadimage components in your older files to work in V14. Just download it from our website and follow the included instructions to get it
Over the years the Cadimage Tools have changed quite a bit, and sometimes we’ve had to make a whole new object rather than just enhance an existing one. When this happens the old objects do not automatically change into the new one (enhanced objects will convert as soon as the new library is loaded instead