Sorry for asking this question here but I didn't find any more relevant location or even forum to do so.
I had a model in Revit and I took it into VICO Constructor 2008 (with ArchiCAD 11 core) via IFC conversion tool. Then I started to have problems with objects and specifically with doors and windows in the imported model. the two major problems I've faced are:
- When I exported the model data from VICO Constructor to VICO Control, I had an error on the screen saying this: "Bad elements". In which there was a list of some doors and windows objects. Besides the error message, the data was exported anyway and I could perform scheduling on that data in VICO Control.
- The main problem happened when I wanted to publish the 5D Presenter Model from VICO Constructor. There appeared a somewhat same error message on the screening saying that there are again "Bad Elements" in the model data. This time the list included walls and columns as well as windows and doors elements on it, and the final output didn't work in VICO 5D presenter. (It misses the schedule)
Could someone please help me with that, and tell me what's the source of the problem and how I can get rid of these errors in my model? Is there any way to deal with these "Bad Elements" or track them in the model or maybe rectify them?
Thanks in advance.
(I have attached a pic of the error message)