I can't really find info on web. Is there a setting in Archicad that autolocks drawing elemenets, moving elements within certain length. For example 1cm when i am drawing or moving wall i want it to bet X.00 cm. I know i can type it but i dont always type values for everything and i lose precision in project then. (mostly with moving windows).
TLDR Is there a option to set movement locked with 1cm flat precision, i dont wanna move object 1.234367 cm (other than typing it).
Did you try "Grids and Background" at 10mm spacing. Maybe it suits for your use case. It'll help only with orthogonal moves though, not diagonal moves unless the grid is rotated accordingly, but you can define the rotation on the fly at will.
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Though this would be snapping to the grid, so if you have anything that is not on grid, or you want to move something by a point not on grid, you would still need to manual input. Unless you are moving your grid for each element, in which case three steps forward, two steps backward?
On a side note, mousing in 1cm increments... you either have really insanely accurate mouse control, a really low mouse sensitivity or zoom in really far frequently...
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