By default Zones will not show in 3D. To make them show go to View > Elements in 3D View > Filter elements in 3D… and tick the box next to Zones.
The Keynote Label offers two ways of changing it’s pen attributes. You can either change the pen under the Text style flyout in the Label Settings Dialog box, which will set the color for both keynote and frame. or use the second option that is to check the box ‘Use symbol color’ from either the Label tool Info
Yes, it still exists in V20, you just have to make sure you have installed the Objective tool which includes 3 tools (Objective, Extrusions and Slab Edges). Make sure to apply the Cadimage Profile 20, or add the tool manually to the toolbox following instructions from the article belowhttps://cadimage.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/217200806-How-to-manually-add-Tools-to-the-Toobox
When adding notes to Doors or Windows from the Door+Window Schedule, remember to send the notes to model prior to updating the schedule. The Schedule is a 2D representation of the modelled door or window. The ‘Send notes to Model’ button can be found in the Doors+Windows Schedule Notes Palette.
ARCHICAD 20’s new graphic overrides can also be applied to a schedule. You may need to turn on the quick options palette (Windows>Palettes>Quick Options)
The new functions: Google Drive is now supported in BIMx to transfer Hyper-models on all desktop and mobile operating systems (including Microsoft Windows, Apple Mac OS and iOS as well as Google Android devices). Apple AirDrop is also supported in BIMx, making it easy to transfer Hyper-models among any iOS or Mac OS devices.
If you have imported a Keynotes database and want to edit the label you won’t be able to select the label and edit it directly This is what you have to do: Open the Keynotes palette command Cadimage>Keynotes>Keynotes Palette Find the Note and edit it. Go to menu Cadimage>Keynotes>Audit Keynotes You may find immediately a
All ArchiCAD users learn pretty quickly that pressing ESC often enough switches you from whatever Tool is active to the Arrow Tool… but what if you then want to go back to the last Tool? To switch from the Arrow Tool to the last Tool used – press W on the keyboard… W will
If you want to know what Add-Ons are loaded into your ArchiCAD, go to Options > Add-On Manager…, the list displays the Add-Ons.
Want to offset an edge but keep the area fixed.