If you have a rotated view in ARCHICAD and you want to keep the Keynotes label orientation horizontal, you can change the Label Frame settings to follow the project orientation. t
Have you seen the new Keynotes getting started video for ARCHICAD 20?
If you are using the Keynotes Tool you have a variety of different frame styles you can use.
Cadimage Keynotes is one our most popular Tools and saves our customers significant time while also increasing the accuracy and quality of their documentation. Based directly on feedback from our customers we have made a number of improvements. Keynote Manager and Palette Improvements Following ARCHICAD 20’s lead we’ve updated our Keynotes Palette with High Resolution
We have recently discovered an issue in the latest Keynotes release which incorrectly shows the top level of 3-level notes in your Keynotes Schedule. We will be looking into this in the new year, but in the meantime, if you are affected by this issue (i.e. you use 3-level notes databases) you can re-install an
To edit the content of a Keynote (Key, Title, Spec or Description), select the Keynote you want to change and edit the fields in Keynote Editing shown below: Any changes made to the fields are automatically saved to the database. However, if any of the keynotes have already been placed as Labels, you will need to
The components that make up a Cadimage Keynote Label are: Label Header – this is custom text you can enter Category – the category title for the group your keynote belongs to Key – the unique reference used by your keynote Title – the title / heading for your keynote Description – the detailed description of
Keynotes uses six components to create a Label that can later be scheduled… but what are those components? They are: Label Header – this is custom text you can enter Category – the category title for the group your keynote belongs to Key – the unique reference used by your keynote Title – the title
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
There is a very small option in the Keynote Schedule object which can make a big difference to the appearance of your schedule. Within the settings under Text Format>Key there is a checkbox for ‘Treat the Key as part of the Title’: If this is turned on the Keynotes will be formatted as paragraphs with