There are options out there but all i have found are in Imperial.
If you have a suitable imperial template, all you will have to do is set up one or more metric dimension styles.
They may already be set up but you can tweak so they are more suitable for you. Then go through all of the views in the View Map and change them to use the desired metric dimension style.
Then change your Working Units and Calculation Units to imperial as you want them (fractional or decimal inches etc,).
Objects should be fine, except maybe the user interface display may not have wide enough fields for the proper display of fractional feet and inches, so you may have to scroll in some objects.
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I am using 23 FR version. Thats also a small detail - the french language as opposed to an English standard version template. There seems to be a few options if EN is the chosen language setting. However, if in FR - anyone any suggestions ?
Cant really adopt an INT or EN template when using FR & Swiss standards
Anyone can send me some screen shots if they use this ? at 399 US - Lot to pay if i dont like it or worse- i cant use it.
As a long time Template developer / provider I am clearly biased - but do you have any idea how much effort goes into creating a proper ARCHICAD template?
Even if you do not end up liking it, you will have a blueprint to learn a lot from.
Additionally, keep in mind how much you invested into your ARCHICAD license(s) - anything that makes that investment worthwhile, be it training and / or a template (btw. at a fraction of the license cost) is priceless and will pay for itself in no time...
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