To set the background fill and pen colour for a Cadimage window, open the Settings dialog, and on the Window > Wall Opening page, expand the Background Fill in Plan View settings. Set the fill type and pens.
Once youve created your database of Door and Window Schedule Notes you can attach these to your modelled Doors and Windows using the new Schedule Notes Palette accessed via Cadimage>Doors+Windows>Schedule Notes Palette… Now you just select the Door or Window, click ‘Add…’ and choose the Note you want to add to the piece of joinery
If you place a Cadimage Covering in a wall and wish you had placed it on the other side of the wall, you can change the size with the new feature:
Once you have placed a wall covering you can choose to change the wall side placement by clicking the flip button:
Theres a new Palette in town! The Doors+Windows Schedule Notes Palette. With this you can add your own database of notes, almost like Keynotes. They can then be assigned to any Window in your Model and these will automatically appear in the Schedule. You can access the Palette from Cadimage>Doors+Windows>Schedule Notes: Here you add a
Find the Cadimage Door or Window opening background here:
One of the reasons why a Door or a Window may not be collating in a schedule could be related to the wall it’s placed into. Go to the menu View>On Screen View Options> Wall and Beams Reference lines.
As some of you may already know, Graphisoft officially released ARCHICAD 19 this morning and so, we are very pleased to announce, that the Cadimage Tools for ARCHICAD 19 are also ready to be downloaded! If your Cadimage Installer has already updated to V2 (which we released last week), you already have all you need
The ArchiCAD – Master Only Layer was created by the Cadimage Tools in ArchiCAD 17 before for the Cadimage Keynotes Tool. This is no longer required in ArchiCAD 18 as the Keynotes Tool now has a smarter way of handling its placement and style. Previously you would place a placeholder object on each Master Layout on
When you log a support ticket (by email or online via www.mycadimage.com) it is important to include as much detailed information as possible. This is to help the Cadimage Support Team diagnose and resolve your problem as quickly as possible. If possible, please include