I have 3 windows, mulled together within a 10' rough opening. For example sake, is there a way to have, say a ribbon window that includes casement, fixed, awning, slider, in whichever order I would prefer? So, a ribbon window with the ability to change particular units to operable? This is a bit less fussy than individual units and ensures that the 3 mulled units never exceed the 10' R.O. that the CMU will allow for. I know this can be accomplished by a note too.
W Casement 04 is less functional than I'd hoped for, but I am unsure if there are more flexible window types I am missing.
AC26 3001 UKI (from AC13) HP ZBook Power 15.6" i7-13700H @ 2.4Ghz, 32GB RAM, NVIDIA RTX 2000 Ada Gen, 1TB SSD, Windows 11 Pro MacBook Pro M1 Max 14.2", 10-core CPU, 64GB RAM, 32-core GPU, 1TB SSD, MacOS Ventura 13.6.2 Self-guided, shape it until it shifts.
Hadn't heard of this window style! So, if I want the Horizontal Multi-Sash Window, I need to install/open the Archicad 27 International version, then place that window a wall, and copy that wall/window into my US Version?
Just do a search in AC, there is probably a copy on BIMComponents.
install/open the Archicad 27 International version, then place that window a wall, and copy that wall/window into my US Version?
This would not work as copying an object does not move it's library instance which would result in it being missing in your US file. You could possibly place the window and archive the basically empty project in order to isolate the object and required macros, but there might still be some conflicts when you load it into a US file if the macros are named the same.