Petros wrote:I have always used additional stories to show the RCP - now dont need to used work arounds that are difficult to explain to staff.Aussie wrote:
Moving along - Based on seen screenshots am i correct that walls can now be shown on multiple stories?
yes, and that seems a pretty cool function which will solve many plan-presentation issues.
Graphisoft still has its work cut out.I'd be very curious to hear more from the beta crew about adjustments to the workflow, integrated Plotmaker, proper control of the new wall representation beyond it's story floor, hell, anything you'd care to offer up!
Jefferson wrote:Not until it is shipping ... except what is already announced.
I'd be very curious to hear more from the beta crew about adjustments to the workflow, integrated Plotmaker, proper control of the new wall representation beyond it's story floor, hell, anything you'd care to offer up!
DennisG wrote:Sorry, I don't mean to violate any protocol, but I don't know exactly what has been announced, so backed by innocent ignorance and knowing I only intend to spread joy and future sells for GS and it's staff of elf's, Favorites has developed to a degree where I am most excited about it. It is much easier to organize now, and you can load it full of favorites without unnecessary crowding the list. It is tool specific. I think it has more potential for organizing a template without really having a template. Having tools linked to layer combination would be hard to follow, if I understand what you are saying. You might have several walls on the same layer, but each with a different tool setting, so I don't get the need to connect???
Moving further on, has the FAVORITES concept finally been left by the wayside, so that now Tools settings can change with layer combinations?
At first glance, however, my already present concerns seem to grow that Graphisoft is moving away from the practical needs of the small architects and designers out there doing mostly residential work. ...
Stephen wrote:I totally sympathize with your concern. Many of the new features will go unused by me, as I too do basic residential work. I am not interested in doing Gehry work, and wish AC had some of the basic features some of these cheaper programs have (like intuitive listing)... however, I love AC10, and look forward to using it full time.
At first glance, however, my already present concerns seem to grow that Graphisoft is moving away from the practical needs of the small architects and designers out there doing mostly residential work.
I also want to add my voice to those who have expressed concern that Archicad is moving away form the Mac look and feel with each release.
Please continue efforts to keep a clean, steamlined working environment as the complexity of Archicad grows.
NigelMX wrote:I hope no one takes offense, but marketing has never been GS's strong suit. (But then they haven't buried themselves with excessive expenditures either - as did Architrion and speedikon.)
Check out the germany graphisoft web site. It does the intro to 10 much better than the others.
PS and why are they not all the same?