Archive for the ‘Revisions’ Category

Setting the font for Layout Info

16 July 2012 Glen Richardson No Comments
ArchiCAD, Revisions, Tip of the Day

When using Cadimage Revisions you can add information to your title block with the Cadimage Layout info Object. Multiple sections of information can be added and each section can have its own Font settings. Each new section that is added will use the Default Font settings, but if you change the default Font settings, you

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Locked Revisions

19 March 2012 Glen Richardson No Comments
Revisions, Tip of the Day

When you do a Document Transmittal, all of the revisions included in that transmittal are locked. So here, the Ensuite Rearranged and Lounge window resized revisions have already been sent out, but the Main Bedroom extended hasn’t yet.


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Revisions : Document Transmittal not sent?

30 January 2012 Glen Richardson No Comments
Revisions, Tip of the Day

If you create a Document transmittal, but then for some reason it does not get sent out; you can roll back the transmittal via the Transmittal History Dialog.


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Cadimage Tools in German

16 January 2012 Cadimage No Comments
Cabinets, Cadimage, Coverings, Detail Elements, Doors+Windows, Extrusions, Keynotes, Planting, Product News, Revisions, Sites+Massing, Support, Tip of the Day, Tools

It is awesome – all Cadimage Tools are also available in German! And that is not the end, the Website and our Knowledge Base is available in German, too. You can even get German Support… So if you are based in Germany or another German speaking country, like our friends from Switzerland and Austria, you

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Add latest revisions to layout name

21 November 2011 James Service No Comments
Revisions, Tip of the Day

One of Revisions nice little features is the ability to automatically rename layouts based on the latest revisions on that page. For instance the plan may be revision “d” but the elevations only revision “b” From the Revisions menu choose Annotate Layout Name…. and choose the formatting and then automatically the layout names will be

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Revisions: excluding layouts from your Transmittal Form

8 November 2011 Glen Richardson No Comments
Cadimage, Revisions, Tip of the Day

When you initialise Cadimage Revisions, a worksheet is made with your Transmittal Form on it. You can edit this object to exclude layouts that you don’t want to be listed. Open the object settings and go to the Exclude Layouts page, click on the + button then enter the layout reference to exclude. Leaving it

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Revision object display options

1 November 2011 James Service No Comments
Revisions, Tip of the Day

The Revisions tool ships with a number of objects that allow the display of different information on the layout book. Firstly lets look at the the Cadimage Layout Info object, this allows for the display of information such as the current Phase “tender” or individual revision specific information. This essentially functions like ArchiCAD auto text

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ArchiCAD Master Only Layer

24 October 2011 Glen Richardson No Comments
Cadimage, Keynotes, Revisions, Tip of the Day

The ArchiCAD Master Only layer is created by Cadimage Revisions or Cadimage Keynotes. It is a layer that is hidden for all views except for Master Layouts, so allows for information to be added to the Master Layout without it appearing on all of your layouts. Cadimage Revisions and Cadimage Keynotes use this approach so

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Revisions – Customising Transmittal Reasons & Formats

10 October 2011 Glen Richardson No Comments
Revisions, Tip of the Day

When you initialise Cadimage Revisions, a Transmittal Form is created. Editing the settings of this Transmittal Form allows you to edit the list of Reasons or Formats for your Document Transmittals.


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Custom Revision Clouds

4 October 2011 Mark Horrocks No Comments
Revisions, Tip of the Day

If you are using Cadimage Revisions and you change a placed Revision Cloud’s shape to be a custom cloud, you get a bunch of adjustable hotspots. The number and position of the hotspots depends on the original shape of the cloud. If you started with a rectangular cloud, you’ll get 4 editable edges.   If

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