Posts Tagged ‘windows’

Cadimage Schedule Notes Part 3: Assign notes to Doors/Windows in Plan or 3D view

19 May 2016 Soto No Comments
ArchiCAD 18, ArchiCAD 19, Tip of the Day

After creating the Categories and Notes, you can apply notes to the Door or Windows in Plan view. 3.1 Select the door or window you want to edit in plan or 3D view 3.2 Go to Cadimage>Doors and Windows> Schedule Notes Palette 3.3 Click the Live box 3.4 Click the Add button 3.5 Select the

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Cadimage Schedule Notes Part 1: Create Categories

16 May 2016 Soto No Comments
ArchiCAD 18, ArchiCAD 19, Tip of the Day

ARCHICAD 18 Introduced the Schedule Notes tool for the Cadimage tools. In the following days the Tip of the Day will show different ways to use this tool. Create Categories before you start adding notes. 1.1 Go to Cadimage>Doors and Windows>Edit Schedule Notes 1.2 Click the New Note 1.3. Go to Edit Categories 1.4 Add

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Collate in Schedule: Invert wall direction

24 June 2015 Soto No Comments
ArchiCAD 17, ArchiCAD 18, Doors+Windows

One of the reasons why a Door or a Window may not be collating in a schedule could be related to the wall it’s placed into. Go to the menu View>On Screen View Options> Wall and Beams Reference lines.


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Edit glazing bar surface

21 January 2015 Soto No Comments
ArchiCAD 17, ArchiCAD 18, Cadimage, Doors+Windows, Tip of the Day

If you are using the Window tool, you can change the glazing bar surfaces just below the dimension settings:


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Looking for a curved Window?

24 July 2014 Soto No Comments
ArchiCAD 17, ArchiCAD 18, Tip of the Day

You can find the ArchiCAD Library the Curved Window, that will follow the same of your curved wall. It’s located under ArchiCAD Library XX>Object Library xx> 1.3 Windows> Special Windows xx


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Door and Window Markers

31 January 2014 cadimage No Comments
ArchiCAD, Tip of the Day

I quite often get asked why door and window markers aren’t showing up on the floor plans. 9 times out of 10 it is simply because the person is using the wrong Model View Option.  These options allow us to display the same modelled elements in different ways.  These can range from things like Door

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Upgrade Doors + Windows Builder 35 to ArchiCAD 17

27 September 2013 Soto 1 Comment
ArchiCAD 12, ArchiCAD 13, ArchiCAD 14, ArchiCAD 15, ArchiCAD 16, ArchiCAD 17, Cadimage, Doors+Windows, Tip of the Day

Now that you have migrated  to ArchiCAD 17, you may have projects from older version of ArchiCAD using the now historical Doors+Windows Builder 35. Cadimage has released an Updrade Goodie for ArchiCAD 15, 16 and now for 17. Log into the website and go to MyCadimage> Downloads> Goodies: http://cadimage.com/mycadimage/downloads/goodies   Download and install. (instructions attached

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Create a drop shaped window.

31 July 2013 Soto No Comments
ArchiCAD, Doors+Windows, Tip of the Day, Tip of the Week

Cadimage Windows flexibility allows you to create Drop shaped windows.   Just select in the Setout options the ‘Head shape’ to be  a “Gothic Arch’ and the ‘Sill shape’ to be an ‘Elliptic Arch’ You can change the  shape of the drop/window in Elevation or Section with the interactive nodes.    


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Labelling Doors and Windows in Elevations

20 May 2013 cadimage 2 Comments
ArchiCAD, Doors+Windows, Tip of the Day

Before you can apply labels to the windows you need to set the label tool up for doors and windows. With nothing selected open the label tools settings. Under the Content & Preview Tab, choose the Window Tool option from the list. Change the label type from Text to Cadimage ID Label Configure the label

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Need a bit more workspace – enable full screen

28 January 2013 Jonathan Breen No Comments
ArchiCAD, ArchiCAD 16, Tip of the Day

If you have ever felt that the status bar at the bottom of the Window title bar are taking away from precious workspace you can turn them off… Quickest way is to do this is CTRL+\ – this is only available on PC Or you can go to Window>Full Screen Thats an extra 10mm of

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