Change case allows the user to set the case for the title and description of keynotes (as a preference) and to specify exceptions, e.g. all uppercase except for the letters ‘mm’ following a number (so dimensions come out as 100mm rather than 100MM). Sets these preferences using a new menu item AC19 – Cadimage > Keynotes
Find the Cadimage Door or Window opening background here: For ARCHICAD 20 For ArchiCAD 18 and 19
Editing a morph may require to hover, click and drag an edge or face of a morph, the edit pet palette may display a variety of options like push/pull (extrusion). That pet palette display may get simplified with less options if you go to command menu View>On Screen View options>Hidden morph geometry
Got a few renders to do over night? Using the Publisher is a great way to batch render a lot of images. 1st set the view settings of your perspective. Once you click ok it might start to render an image, you can click the “Stop Render” button at the bottom of the screen. Next step
If you want to include or exclude the scale of a drawing in the Layout autotext for Scale You can select the Settings of the drawing and go to Include Scale in Auto Text Indexes.
If you are designing a new stair you may want to check if it complies with the minimum height clearance rules that apply in your country. This is very easy and helpful with the Cadimage Stair tool, just go to the Settings > Head Clearance Plan For ARCHICAD 20 Settings>Symbol>Head Clearance and edit the
If you want to wire two elements with the Cadimage Electrical tool, and both elements are in different stories. Like a stairs switch and a lamp, you will have to change the display of one of the elements to be displayed in the Home Story and the story of the other element: Now
If you are looking for the Tools in the Toolbox in ARCHICAD 18-20 – these can be added quickly by installing the Cadimage Work Environment via the Cadimage Installer… It’s likely you have installed already this profile when you installed the tools.
In ArchiCAD 17 you can easily extend your Wall Covering below wall base by adding a negative value to the Base Shape setting. For ArchiCAD 19 and older For ARCHICAD 20
When you place a Wall Covering on a Wall with Openings set at the base of the wall (0mm / 0″) you may see some problems. If the Covering is not configured correctly, the Cladding will fail to extend below the Openings. 31 In the example above, the left opening has no cladding below,