As it’s ANZAC Day today (25th of April) we’ll be closed until tomorrow. For our overseas registered members, ANZAC Day commemorates the loss of New Zealand and Australian Soldiers in the First World War landing on the Gallipoli Peninsula in 1915. For more information see http://www.anzac.govt.nz/ http://www.nzdf.mil.nz/news/events/anzac/default.htm http://rsa.org.nz/ Support queries can be logged during this time,
To clean up your 2D linework, select all the lines, go to Edit > Reshape > Linework Consolidation. . . This activates the Linework Consolidation Wizard which takes you through steps to clean up your 2D lines. Very handy for cleaning up imported 2D Details or Survey Drawings.
This is less of a Tip and more of a Reminder of the Day to remind you to make sure that you are Backing Up Your Projects. If you aren’t the person in your office that would back things up, make sure someone is doing it. If you’re the only person in your office, or
In the ArchiCAD Template the Title Block has been drawn in a Worksheet: This means that this worksheet can be placed on all Master Layouts, so if you need to make a change you can do it here & all Layouts will update. One change = multiple consequences
Do you ever get annoyed when you place an Object only to find it clashes with something else? If so, what you need to do is show the ‘Ghost Bounding Box’. This shows the outline of the Object (or Lamp, Column, Figure or Drawing) before you click the mouse. To switch this on, go to
When in the Layer Settings dialogue box (Ctrl+L PC, or cmd+L for Mac) you can Lock layers off within a layer combination once items have been placed, i.e Roof Slabs, Floor Slabs, Meshes etc, this is to ensure they aren’t accidentally deleted or moved while working on your project. They can be easily unlocked temporarily
We are closed today, Good Friday (14th April) to Easter Monday (17th April) Support queries can be logged during this time, and we will respond when we reopen on Tuesday the 18th. You may find the answer to your question via one of the many support resources we have available: – Knowledge Base: http://www.cadimage.com/Support/KnowledgeBase – Look through the Forum articles: http://www.cadimage.com/Support/Forums –
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
Did you know the Tracker can show more than the usual few visible items? The example below shows the typical display of the Tracker when
To cut a hole in a Slab, select the Slab in plan view, and choose the Slab Tool in the Toolbox. Choose a Geometry Method and outline the hole.