If you place a Cadimage Cabinet, the plan view will display the ID for the object. You can control the ID display with MVO. Go to Document>Set Model View>Model View Options>Cadimage Cabinets>Plan View Label Turn off the ID by selecting Label Content: None c
We made some new release of the Cadimage Tools for ArchiCAD 18 late last Friday. The new versions are Coverings 3.15, Doors + Windows 5.30, and Stairs 6.04. You can get them anytime now by just running the Cadimage Installer. You can see the release notes by clicking on the links in the installer
This table shows the current status of the V18 Cadimage Tools as of the 11th of November: Tool Status Release Date Scheduled Future Releases Cabinets 6.01 Released 13/10/2014 Coverings 3.15 Released 31/10/2014 Doors + Windows 5.30 Released 31/10/2014 Electrical 3.15 Released 08/07/2014 gbXML 1.32 Released 17/07/2014 Keynotes 5.04 Released 13/11/2014 Objective 2.50 Released 28/10/2014 2.60
This week’s featured object is Ceiling Fan #1329, which models a regular ceiling fan with 4 wooden blades.
We recently made some updates to the Doors + Windows and Keynotes tools, as well as a new version of the Cadimage Installer. I’ll get to the Doors + Windows and Keynotes changes in a moment, but the main new thing that you need to know about, is the ability to see Release Reports in
If you place a Cadimage Switch object using the Electrical tool. You may change ‘manually’ the switch connection to: Single switch 2-Way switch Intermediate Just go to the settings> Symbol>Specification>Display settings:
You may have noticed the question mark button previously across various Cadimage Tools – but with ArchiCAD 18 it is more prominent…
The Cadimage Keynotes Tool has now been released for ArchiCAD 18, and is ready for download right away. Before you get started with it though, here are a few things that you should know. The first thing that you’ll probably notice with the new Keynotes Tool, is that when you go to Import notes, the
The Cadimage Stair Tool has now been released for ArchiCAD 18, and is ready for download right away. Before you get started with it though, here are a few things that you should know. First off, you’ll need to use the Cadimage Polystair and Railing toolbox items to use the tool, so if you haven’t
If you are placing lamps in a hallway or stairs, you may need to have a three way switch at both ends of the stair. Just place the regular switches using the Cadimage Electrical Tool. Finally select the lamp(s) and the switches and go to the menu Cadimage>Electrical>Add Wiring.