Certain library objects look different after I export a plan to DWG. For example, cabinets that in ArchiCAD look like a counter and sink... after exporting, the DWG doesn't show the counter or sink and just shows the carcass.
What controls this, so that I can export the file correctly, with the counter and sink?
Runxel, thanks for the quick response, that was it! (Don't exactly understand what the real-world benefit of having that boxed checked is for, but that's beside the point here!)
Maybe you can help with another issue... the exported fills aren't oriented the way they are in the ArchiCAD file. For example, roof fills that are on different slopes and different orientations all show up in the DWG in the same orientation and scale. Is there a way to keep them as they are shown in AC?
With the fills... I don't know. Actually this is not really my department. Are they supposed to transfer with ortientation? Like in, did it work at some point?
I've checked the translators again, but nothing struck me as obvious there (which would've sticked out to you as well then).
What I know is that there is a difference between vector fills and symbol fills. They work opposite to PDF export: vector fills will stay as fills, and symbol fills will be lines in the resulting DWG. At least as long you have no special conversion table for them linked.
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