Update at 1:00pm NZ Time – Most locations are reporting that everything is working fine now, although some places seem still not to be able to connect Update at 11:45am NZ time – Several locations reporting the LMT and Graphisoft websites are reachable again now Starting late yesterday, the Graphisoft websites – including those used by
Step 1 – Load chosen image into your embedded library. Step 2 – Open the object tool and select the object you want a custom picture. Step 3 – In the objects’ settings dialog, tick the “Use Custom Picture” checkbox then browse and select the previously loaded image file. iMac Picture Object.
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Drawing Frames are effectively closed polygons so edit in a similar way to Slabs, Roofs or Fills. You can select any Drawing (on a Layout Sheet or in the Modelling Environment) and click on the boundary to use the Pet Palette to add points, offset edges or add and remove… exactly the same as other
The Status Bar at the bottom left of the screen always prompts you for your next action. I.e. when in the Wall Tool it will indicate “Enter First Node of PolyWall” or “Enter Next Node of PolyWall” etc.
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If you create and attach a .pla (plan archive file) as a library there is a higher chance you will get duplicated items with your normal libraries (especially macros). Open the .pla file and extract the library to a new folder – then you can directly manage the library contents.
Use the Cadimage Covering set to panels to create tiles in your bathrooms. Instead of placing the covering on the outside place it on the inside. Select just the walls you need to add them to, note you may need to split some walls.