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Schedules and 3D view

Karol Argasinski
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Dear all,

I have a question regarding schedules. Some of the types of doors are not possible to view in 3D (I use that often for edition purposes). It's not only one type, several of them are not 'clickable'. This is teamwork project, so everything is reserved.

All the best,
Karol
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Hello,

Did you mean this...

...to this ?


Make all your layers visible again !
Christophe - FRANCE
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James B
Graphisoft
Graphisoft
When you select an item in the schedule, and it's locked or hidden etc, then a panel will appear on the left at the bottom for information about the selected item (why it's not editable).
Technical Product Manager, Graphisoft

Karol Argasinski
Participant
James wrote:
When you select an item in the schedule, and it's locked or hidden etc, then a panel will appear on the left at the bottom for information about the selected item (why it's not editable).
Dear James,
Okay, some of my elements are locked, but how can I unlock them if I can't see which doors are problematic in a 3D window?

Kind regards,
Karol
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Barry Kelly
Moderator
Karol wrote:
Okay, some of my elements are locked, but how can I unlock them if I can't see which doors are problematic in a 3D window?
Open a 3D view.
Turn all the layers on that have doors in them.
Then issue the 'Unlock All' command in the Edit menu or with the tool bar button if you have one.
This is assuming you have teamwork permission to unlock them (I don't use teamwork so not exactly sure what you have to do there).

Barry.

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James B
Graphisoft
Graphisoft
Karol wrote:
Dear James,
Okay, some of my elements are locked, but how can I unlock them if I can't see which doors are problematic in a 3D window?

Kind regards,
Karol
Hi Karol.
If the element is visible in the model, but locked, then the show on floor plan/3d buttons will still be active. Try going to floor plan, turning on all layers, going back to the Schedule (use the project map to navigate for this rather than views which store the layer combination) then show in floor plan that Wall that is locked. You can zoom to it, and it'll select (with light grey nodes).

(EDIT: Or as Barry said )
Technical Product Manager, Graphisoft

Hi Karol

Unlock all your layer
Or
Unlock all (Edition/Lock/unlock all)
Or
Add the unique ID to see which élément is locked
Christophe - FRANCE
Archicad Designer and Teacher
Archicad 15 to 25 FRA FULL

OS 11.6 Big Sur - MacBook Pro 2015 - 16Go RAM
"Quality is never an accident ; it's always the result of an intelligent effort" John Ruskin

Karol Argasinski
Participant
Thank you all for support, Unlocking all layers worked like a charm!

Regards,
Karol
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