I'm fairly new in working in archicad, and I've recently put a
renovation project in the program. I was working in the file on the roof
system when I switched to another view and the first floor exterior
walls disappeared! How can I find them or are ...
Created a separate layer for stairs in plan so that they would not show
on the reflected ceiling plan and now they don't show on some layouts
that were created earlier. In this case, is there a way to get the
placed layout to show the new layer setti...
I have this file that is running VERY slowly and so today I went in and
deleted anything extraneous. I happened to look in the finder and see
that it is showing a file creation date of 12/31/1969. This really can't
be good. Does anyone know anything ...
Hello I'm working on a project for school and am now making 3d
perspectives. Problem is that the vertical lines are tilted... Is there
a way to straiten all vertical lines? I'm going to render as scetches.
I'm using Archicad 16 EDU on a PC running Wi...
so i have saved my coverings as favorites while the covering tool is
activated with a wall selected. which works great. however when i go
into my favorites dialog box out side of the settings dialog box the
favorite does not exsist. i can see the fav...
Hi Folks, Could anyone please help me with the following. I have a roof
element on the fourth story that has a 25% cover fill with a solid
outline. The floor plan display is set to 'outline only' and the show on
stories setting is set to 'home story ...
Hello everyone, I'll need to draw an antique facade, such as one here on
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3260/2560841768_b300e8676d_o.jpg I have a
lot of survey sketches and dimentions on paper so my idea was to draw it
in 2d in archicad fi...
A question on the display of Vectorial Hatching in the elevation tool.
Two identical elements are placed together, in this case two columns.
They have the same material, therefore the same vectorial hatch in
elevation. Short of assigning them differe...
I would like to set this to default, so when ever I open a new file it
will open it into a new instance, so that there is no risk of me closing
down by-mistake the file i am currently working on. Is there a way to
set this up?