If your Interactive Schedule includes views of objects, doors and windows, you can add dimensions to these pictures in the Schedule.
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
If you have a coordinates file with the points of the site mesh either as a text file (txt) or xyz. You can place that mesh easily in ArchiCAD: ARCHICAD 20 File>Interoperability>Place Mesh from Surveyors Data…… AC 16 to 19 Design>Place Mesh from Surveyors Data…
This is a new feature introduced in ARCHICAD 21, the grey area is giving you a graphical feedback on where the horizontal/vertical boundaries are. This is the same with the dashes at the top of your screen. The boundaries can be moved and the marker location for your section will change in plan, no more having to
In ARCHICAD, as in any coordinate system, all measurements are made in reference to an origin. The location of the origin is always interpreted as (0, 0). ARCHICAD defines three coordinate system origins: Project, Edit & USer Click the website below to get more info. Origins in ArchiCad
Use the context menu of the Layout Book icon in the Navigator Layout Book structure, or the Settings button at the bottom of the Navigator Palette when the Layout Book icon is selected in the tree view.
Go to Design-Modify Morph-Check Solidity More Info
Don’t forget to change the zone category to site zone when you use Cadimage area stamp
In Windows, go to C:\Users\[your username]\Appdata\Local\Graphisoft\ArchiCAD-64 Cache Folder In Mac OSX, go to your Finder and click ‘Go’ from the top menu Then hold down the ALT key and the Library option will appear Click on that, and then continue to: Library>Cache>Graphisoft>ArchiCAD-64 Cache Folder Now delete the ArchiCAD-64 xx.0.0 NZE R1 or ArchiCAD-64 xx.0.0 folder
Project Indexes are table of contents-type items listed in the Project Map of the Navigator. Use Project Indexes to make lists revisions, issues, views, layout sheets and drawings, based on customized criteria. To open an index, go to the Navigator palette and double-click its name.