I accidentally installed INT version of Archicad 25, opened a project and recreated all my doors and windows because they showed as missing library dots. Which I thought was odd...but really happy to see the updates in the door, window, etc. libraries. I realized the next day I installed INT instead of US so I uninstalled INT and installed US. I opened up the project and my doors, windows are missing library dots again. I went to the window object and saw it was the same crappy window design as all the previous versions of Archicad. Is there any reason I should not install INT in the US? Because the library parts are so much more sophisticated, which is slightly annoying as someone working in the US!
If you like INT you can use it without issues.
Some US users have INT as default and then extract any specific US content and add them to their office library.
I usually install both, one to AC25 INT folder and the other to AC25 USA.
and now you can be initiated into the long running AC group that keeps asking GS to have one Main Library (based on INT ) for everyone with specific sub libraries by region (USA, SPA, ITA, …)
eduardo rolón AIA NCARB Another of the forum moderators. Macbook Pro 2.4 i9 32GB ram OS X 10.XX latest AC25 US/INT -> AC08