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What if I need to rotate a partial plan view?

LeeJaeYoung
Virtuoso

 

What if I need to rotate a partial plan view?

1. I had to rebuild in a partial plan (Worksheet, etc.) after rotating the floor plan to match the direction of the letters, etc. in the partial plan.
2. Every time a partial floor plan (Worksheet, etc.) was rebuilt, the floor plan had to be rotated again, and the partial floor plan (Worksheet, etc.) screen had to be rotated again.
3. I had to put it in a layout, rotate it, and rotate the title as well.

 

 

If it's wrong, I want to know how to do it right.

What is the partial plan that should be rotated suggested by archicad?

 

In REVIT, I just rotate the callout and place it.

AC27 on window 11
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Tim Ball
Expert

I don’t use either worksheets or details in that way. Instead I only use live views of plans, sections, elevations or 3D docs. You can control what you see in any view very tightly and then you change once and everything updates.

Tim Ball

AC26, iMac

User since V5

How do you make partial floor plans?
I'd be grateful if you could show me a partial floor plan image.

AC27 on window 11

For an enlarged plan, you need to save a new view with an enlarged plan attribute set...

When you work with rotated views, you need to take the mark off the box that says "ignore rotation" at the bottom of your view settings window.

It is a bit counterintuitive, but you will get the hang of it.

AC 7-26 (current 27)
iMac 3.6 Ghz 10Core Intel Core i9 / 12b GB / AMD Radeon Pro 5700 XT 16 GB / Ventura 13.4
https://globularcreative.wixsite.com/home

Archicad does not have crops in autocad or revit.
Do you mean cover with fill?

 

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After export to autocad

 

 

Masking detailed views in ArchiCAD - YouTube

AC27 on window 11

If you really hate the look of the rest, use a mask, yes... But you really don't need to do that since you can crop your view anyway....

ArchiCAD does n0t have the same feature as Revit with their partial views, because that software uses a different approach on parameters. (suuuper simplistic image...)

Think about them using fixed objects in a parametric environment and us using parametric objects in a fixed environment....

 

If you are worried about AC output, you can filter that with your translators.

AC 7-26 (current 27)
iMac 3.6 Ghz 10Core Intel Core i9 / 12b GB / AMD Radeon Pro 5700 XT 16 GB / Ventura 13.4
https://globularcreative.wixsite.com/home

Can't you show it as an image?
I am a newbie and non-English speaking person.
I can't find mask in help.

 

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It seems to be the function you mentioned, but nothing has changed.
What exactly are you talking about turning this feature on for?

AC27 on window 11

A mask is a fill.

workflow-wise known as mask because it hides something underneath it.

AC 7-26 (current 27)
iMac 3.6 Ghz 10Core Intel Core i9 / 12b GB / AMD Radeon Pro 5700 XT 16 GB / Ventura 13.4
https://globularcreative.wixsite.com/home

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I thought it was a different concept and went looking for it. ^^
Because it's different in Revit

AC27 on window 11