The Cadimage Keynotes Tool has now been released for ArchiCAD 18, and is ready for download right away. Before you get started with it though, here are a few things that you should know. The first thing that you’ll probably notice with the new Keynotes Tool, is that when you go to Import notes, the
The Cadimage Stair Tool has now been released for ArchiCAD 18, and is ready for download right away. Before you get started with it though, here are a few things that you should know. First off, you’ll need to use the Cadimage Polystair and Railing toolbox items to use the tool, so if you haven’t
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
By breaking the link of your external drawings, they automatically become embedded into your file.
CAD standards is a hot topic and with software evolving they have to adapt to work well with the new automated systems to improve your workflow. The ArchiCAD 18 NZE Template document included with your ArchiCAD 18 under Help>ArchiCAD 18 NZE Template can easily create the basis of your CAD Standards. With this you can
When you have finished creating your Grids, Lock the Layer in ALL your Layer Combinations, which will make it very difficult to accidentally edit its position.
Have you recently installed ArchiCAD 18 and wondered where the Quick Options palette has gone? In default Work Environments provided by Graphisoft, the Quick Options palette is normally hidden. The quickets way to view the palette is to use the shortcut button located in the bottom left corner of your drawing window (Plan, 3D, Elevation etc)…
If you can’t live without the style of a Mac Magic Mouse, but still want to be productive using ArchiCAD, you can add two features. First enable the ‘Right-Click’. To do this open up the Mouse Settings, and tick the Secondary Click ON. Then, most importantly you’ll need to activate the ‘Wheel Click’. To do this
On lower resolution screens you can save some space by setting the Navigator to ‘auto-hide’. This means it will disappear after you have selected a view and give you more space to work in. To set the Navigator to auto-hide, right click at the top of the palette and choose ‘Auto-hide Navigator‘… To see how
If your Navigator palette has disappeared from your screen, the quickest way to switch it on is to use the shortcut button located in the bottom left corner of your drawing window (Plan, 3D, Elevation etc)…