Hi! I have been working on a project in archicad for a few months now and I reached a point in which the file is too slow to be worked on. I assume it is due to some mistakes from my side and not using the software efficiently. One of the reasons I could imagine is making the model so slow is the amount of missing library parts caused by linking a rhino file containing context information (surrounding buildings and terrain). Once I broke and deleted the link, the missing objects keep appearing in my library manager. Is there a way to clear those missing objects?
Any other tips on how to keep the file running light would be greatly appreciated.
When you import/hotlink a Rhino file to AC it will create layers with the suffix "Rhino" . The Objects are placed on these layers. When you delete the layers with the option deleting the Elements placed on everything should be cleared up.
(doublecheck if there is nothing else important on these layers...)