What are the new features of ArchiCAD 13?Major update or what?? We got something to discuss tonight..
The new features of ArchiCAD 13 among others are: Next Generation Teamwork, Oriented Views, Annotated Schedule Drawings, More Flexible Setup/Display of Interactive Schedules, Expanded Listing Options Using Calculation Rules, Direct Editing of Curtain Wall Reference line, Editable Curtain Wall Height Parameter, Objects Saved into the Project, Model View Options for Library Parts, Enhanced Automatic Dimensioning Options for Doors/Windows, Symbolic Soft Insulation, Image Fill as Cover Fill, Gradient Fill Enhancements, Slab/Roof Edge Custom Settings, Improved OpenGL Display for Smooth Edges in 3D, Ruler, Dynamic „Fit in Window” Zooming when Navigating Among Views, Improved Find & Select, Boundary Contour Options for Section/Elevation/Interior Elevation, Export Multiple Layouts into Single DWG, Filter DWG Elements by Layer when Opening as ArchiCAD File, Improved Options for Saving to Custom Layers, Keep Exploded DWG Drawings on Single Layer, Standard Steel Column/Beam Profiles, Define Load-Bearing/Non-Load-Bearing Structure for Construction Elements, 64-bit Computing on Windows
bgoodale wrote:The server functions have not much to do with the speed of the computer. The point is that the server can run on any machine, you do not need a "multi-billion dollar" workstation because it is not that resource hungry.
for smalltime individual users such as myself, who don't have the latest suped-up computers, the new server functions and 64-bit don't mean much. i can see how that would be a major benefit to larger companies and/or people with fast, memory laden computers.
bgoodale wrote:I don't think anyone will disagree with you on that.
there is so much crucial stuff on the wishlist that has not been addressed.
Mario wrote:Still nothing
Slab layers and their intersection with wall layers...
Better and more detailed quantity take-off is a must.
Guzilla wrote:Yes, this is a bug. The easy workaround is that the default shortcut to activate/deactivate the tracker is to hit the "j" key. This works on the fly so you don't even have to stop what you're doing when you notice it isn't there. For me it stays on for the duration of a session but turns off when I restart ArchiCAD.
The reason I am reviving an old post is that the only reference to our problem is in this post. We are using Archicad 13.
The tracker keeps turning it's self off. Is this a bug??? Or is it something we are doing. It affects alot of people in the office so it is not just limited to one machine.
Thank you in advance