Hi. I have used the renovation-tool in Archicad, but when I open the
drawing in Layout Book, every wall (existing, to be demolished and new)
are showing. Can I get the "To be demolished"-objects to not show when
in Layout book?
Hi everyone, I have a question, the dimension tool in elevation is not
good looking when the line is on the right side (the line on the left
side is OK). It is longer than the text. Can we make the line align with
I have set up a CONCAT expression to merge a bunch of various properties
and text (for the sake of this example I'll refer to it as CONCAT-1. I
want the expression to present different information depending on the
renovation status of the element. I ...
Hi everyone,I am modeling and rendering my roof with shell tools, and
the texture appears distortion, as shown in below. And the rendered pic
is also not right. Can anybody help me out? Thanks!render picviewport
Hi, I have an external change showing in the change manager that I want
to delete. The file is currently used as mod in the separate master
file. It is now locked and not letting me unlock or delete.Please help
Anyone experiencing a bug that occurs to dimensions that looks like they
are randomly stretched on the layout sheet but are fine in the view map.
This occurs on interior and exterior elevation views. Temporary fix is
to open the view, then update on ...
I keep on losing the detail lines when I rebuild a detail from the
source view. I've copied the detail as it should display when I rebuild
from source view, but I keep on getting a grey image. Any advice?
Hello,As far asvi know, the only method to create a custom
classification system is to use classification window inside Archicad,
create classes one by one, number them, oh wait, if i want to reorder my
classes, it will be a nightmare.... I tried to ...
Haven't seen this one before and I can not figure out what is causing
it.modeling some tile on a shower wall. The tile itself is a separate
wall placeon the framed wall. The first image is the 3d window, the tile
section on theleft is 1/32"off the ot...