I am an avid Archicad supporter, and use it from time to time, but am struggling to get rid of my SketchUp mindset. I understand the basics of AC, but there are so many options which seems to be derailing my final conversion to AC
I have generally had no problems converting to new software, but it seems there are so many options in every step in AC which is confusing the thinking process. How can one get rid of all the options, set up a simple 'drawing board' with no frills, ie. NO HATCHING and funny colours, to distract from setting up straightforward models, for example.
I am fortunate that the 80 AC licenced firm i work for tolerate my SketchUp prowess. I am not involved in production drawings, but I do feel the pressure that I should be producing my designs in AC.
It would be useful if someone can let me know how to get rid of the SketchUp mindset in an Archicad world!