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Archicad (Tool) Icons available as images

Josh Verran

With our various in-house training materials, I often resort to drawing some of the tool icons using lines and fills as, screenshotting the icon becomes too pixelated.

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With some applications, you can do a search of the system folders and find some of the icons as PNGs etc.

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Just wondering if there is a similar resource for Archicad.

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I have searched the usual spots, but not having any luck.


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Barry Kelly

There was a similar post that had a solution.

I hope it helps you too.



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nice. i finally get to find out who to blame for the UI re-design.


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So you think the person who is a programmer and who wrote a post about the GUI redesign as it relates to the API is the person who did the design?

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there was a post in the linked forum post that gave a link to a blog that did a showcase of the UI design process of AC 20(?).

i was never a fan of it & in my mind, i wondered who to blame for it.

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I'd save yourself some time & just blame Graphisoft. The redesign was one of the most retrograde things they have ever done and there isn't a day goes by that I don't get annoyed by the stupidity of some aspect of the UI design in general, especially in Mac Dark Mode. For a company serving a design community it is a sad reflection on their grasp of presentation and function.

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