If you have a project that you find particularly slow to navigate or work in 3D this may be due to the model having a large number of polygons. Polygons are the 2D shapes that are pieced together to form a 3D model… and there can be a LOT of them in a model. A
If you want to test print all the Fills in you current project use the Fill Types object. Go to the Object Tool and search for Fill, then select the Fill Types object. To see ALL the fills in your project, just set the Number of Fills to the number you have (by default in
Do you have a project you are particularly proud of? Would you like to show it off to others? If so, why not submit your image to our Facebook page - each month we’ll choose one of your designs to grace our Facebook Header Image. Here is an example… For more details – visit https://www.facebook.com/Cadimage
If you are struggling to select the different geometry methods available in the Control Box (offset/parallel/perpendicular etc), just make sure that you hold the left mouse button down until the options appear – its not just a matter of clicking the button.
If you have loaded a Library to a recent project in ArchiCAD, you can quickly add this to the current project too. In the Library Manager, go to the pull down button next to Add…
Keep track of upcoming Cadimage Webinars by going to this dedicated page on our website… http://cadimage.com/Support/Webinars Cadimage Webinars are normally free to attend and typically last 30 or 45 minutes covering specific topics. All you need to attend is a computer / tablet with audio and a web connection.
The Pens and Colors object in the ArchiCAD Library allows you to place an object that displays your current Pen Sets colours, this allows you to print these as an office pen chart or as a printer check. Go to the Objects Tool and search for Pens, the object is called Pens and Colors (not
If you have a corrupted file that requires the use of the Open & Repair selected file option, please make sure you use File>Save as as soon as the file becomes usable, if not the file will continue to be saved in a temporary location.
How often do you create a Detail or Worksheet and then find you have to delete the boundary that appears? 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, go to Options> Work Environment> More Options and switch
If you have deleted one or more of the Interior Elevations in a group and want to get them back, you can do so easily by selecting the Group Marker > right-clicking, and hitting Restore all Interior Elevations in Group.