Dave wrote:I have to say, that number is POSSIBLE, but not TYPICAL.
So all you out there reading the ArchCad PR that “architects say’ you’ll produce projects 30 to 40% faster, BEWARE!
Dave wrote:Beautiful as always here. My wife spent most of her life in Montana, too - also from eastern (Billings - not true eastern 'the zone') thru HS and then Western (Bozo).
How are things up in God's country. I spent my first 25 years in Montana. Eastern thru high school, Western later. Loved it, still do.
Now I’m sure I hear all the ArchiCad vendors, trainers, and gurus here muttering, “Well you should have read the manuals, checked the documentation, set up your templates, got your favorites done, got some training, called ME!”
Ignacio wrote:you know, that's kind of a funny point... even my most resistant staff members who really try not to be efficient like Archicad (except for one, who just refuses to learn any new job skill, and I think is in line for the guillotine.) Most common statement: They really love its 2D tools
But also I don't know of *a single person* that, having become a decent user of ArchiCAD, will want to go back to 2D CAD regardless of how amazingly proficient he is at Autocad or Microstation or hybrid VectorWorks or whatever. That must mean something.