Today key is: TAB What does it do? Ever wanted to select that slab under your fill, wall or do you keep selecting the roof when you simply want the slab? When you hover over an edge you’ll notice the blue element information box shape. Single line for a single element. Multiple elements and the
We will be closed Monday February 8th to celebrate Waitangi Day. Held on the 6th of February, Waitangi day is a significant day in New Zealand history. It’s the day the Treaty of Waitangi was signed in 1840. Support queries can be logged during this time, and we will respond when we reopen on Tuesday the 9th of
To have uniformity in our tools, the formely known Framing tool has been renamed to Objective in the Toolbox, this change affect only the ArchiCAD 18 and 19 versions Remember that you can always right click the Toolbox and go to the settings to add the icon directly to your Toolbox.
Want to give your client that extra WOW factor? Send them a GRAPHISOFT BIMx model which they’ll navigate through your 3D model on their computer. Open your project and check the model in 3D. Still in the 3D window go to File – Save As. Select BIMx in the format. Give the file a name. If you’ve ticket Start
Show/Hide guide lines with a press of a single key. Todays shortcut is brought to you by key, Q
Today is Auckland Anniversary, a day the top half of the North Island celebrates by taking the day off. Nelson have got on the bandwagon and are also enjoying the day off. The top of the South Island have the day off to celebrate Nelson Anniversary Day. Is anyone working today? Support queries can be logged during this time, and
If you are using a Marquee to select an area of your project this will be available in the Find & Select dialogue allowing you to choose a number of selection criteria. Just like if you were using the Arrow tool options, but with the added power of Find & Select. This makes selecting specific
As a general rule, our Support Team prioritises Technical Support questions over How To questions. You’ll often find answers to How-To questions faster than we can get back to you, simply by referring to the documentation available on the ARCHICAD and Cadimage websites: ARCHICAD Help Center | ARCHICAD YouTube Channel | Cadimage Knowledge Base | Cadimage YouTube Channel | Sometimes a
To find the length of a Spline, activate the Element Information palette, go to Window > Palettes > Element Information. Select the Spline then choose the Element Size icon and the length will be shown.
Zoom to selected elements. MAC: Command+Shift+’ WIN: Ctrl+Shift+’