Modeling in 3D (BIM or not) means modeling in a limited volume. The farther away from the original 0,0,0 point, the greater the risk of 3D aberration. With Archicad 25 I can finally import a point cloud or a dwg which can be placed very far from the origin, then I am able to model far from the origin, but ...
Do we know the volume limit in Archicad 25 ?
Do we still have to work close to the origin ?
If I work far from the origin on AC25 and I record in version 24, will my project be usable ?
I don't see why the distance limit would have change in AC... That's why they've set up, I think, the Survey Point. So, even in 25 you can't work far from origin, just as before. But you can change the survey point to match the global coordinates.
I also don't see why the distance limit would have changed to AC. I therefore ask myself the question of importing a point cloud (modeling support) which is correctly georeferenced far from the origin via topographic coordinates.
Today I subtract a fixed value from the X and Y coordinates to bring the point cloud (or DWG file) closer to the origin but I thought I was not doing it the right way and imagined that the modeling space management would have could be modified with Archicad 25.
I also wonder why there is no automatic correspondence possible between the topographic coordinates (choice of referencing systems) and the GPS coordinates. Maybe an upcoming evolution?