In ARCHICAD 20 the ability to graphically edit the stairs is now under “Floor Plan Symbol”
In version 20, we have been able to introduce some new features to a number of our more popular Tools. In the past the ease of editing Roof Edges was constrained. Therefore we have now created a specific Dialog for Editing the Roof Edges for selected Roof Coverings. You can access this Dialog from Cadimage>Coverings>Edit
Since ARCHICAD 20 was released, the default settings of the new Quick Options Bar at the bottom side of the screen is not t show Scrolling Bars compared with ARCHICAD 19 However, you can easily activate the Scroll Bar in the menu Window>Show Scroll Bar
With the new Favourites in ARCHICAD 20, hold shift while you move your mouse over favourites and you’ll see a 2d view.
You can use the 3D cutaway function to create a custom 3D cut plane in any direction Just turn on the 3D cutaway symbol and click the arrow to the right to select the Custom Plane option. Then hover the cursor to the element you want the cut plane to snap to.
For the ARCHICAD 20 NZ Template, the Grid display has been turned off as a default so you can have a clean workspace, however, if you wish to turn on again the Grid just go to Grid display settings in the Toolbar
In ARCHICAD 20, with the new changes to the interface, you will notice that the small icon to the left of layers in Info Box is no longer showing To Access this settings, you can either go to Edit > Element Settings and select it from there or you can use a quick key
If you are using the Keynotes Tool you have a variety of different frame styles you can use.
Use Full Screen to maximize the workspace Windows 10 & AC20: Ctrl + \ OSX, AC 19 & 20: Command + \ or Window>Full Screen
The ARCHICAD 20 New Zealand Template uses a 3D view that defaults to a White Surface Override, for more information please watch the video below: