In ArchiCAD 19, you no longer need to go through the Work Environment dialog to apply a scheme. All you need to do is go to Options> Work Environment> Apply Profile then click on the one you want.
Sometimes it is necessary to change the settings of your Toolbox… for example to add extra Tools or change the order they appear in. To do this you have to go to the Work Environment settings and remember the following path: Options> Work Environment> Toolbox… …unless you know the shortcut!
Sometimes on a detailed drawing, it can be difficult to see where the Special Snap Points are on an element (half way along a wall, at a distance or x divisions etc). In that case, why not change the colour to be something that stands out a little bit more? I would suggest a colour
How often do you create a Detail or Worksheet and then find you have to delete the boundary that appears? And then again each time the view updates! Personally, I do it a lot until I remember to go and turn the function off in the Work Environment! If you want to do the same,
The default work environment in ArchiCAD has remained consistent for years meaning we know where to easily find everything. But when we accidentally close one you may not know what youve just closed so we created this image to explain: You can read up more about this on page 15 of the ArchiCAD 18
In the New Zealand Template the default color for elements placed on the Master Layouts is red. If for some reason you feel that red doesn’t suit you, you can change the colour by going to Options>Work Environment>On-Screen Options… In the dialog box that pops up either turn off the option “Use uniform color for
Once you have run the Cadimage Tools Installer you should now fin that there is Cadimage Menu option in the menu bar. If this is not the case, then you simply need to activate the correct Work Environment Settings. To do this go to: Options>Work Environment>Work Environment… In the Dialog box that pops up select
I have taken all of the functions I use constantly within the Cadimage menu & created a toolbar at the bottom of the screen to save me from having to go through the menu improving productivity, you can apply the same process to create any custom toolbar you think will help you improve your work
As a way to improve producitivity there are some useful ways to quickly complete tasks Shortkeys is the obvious choice, but dont you wish there was some shortkeys for the functions you use most Heres a list of keys that arent being used in the standard template that are up for grabs The letters I
For those of you who are working with a smaller screen, every pixel counts when working in ArchiCAD The navigator is an essential tool though it does take up a lot of valuable room in your work environment If you only need it every once in a while or have set up hotkeys to navigate