2007-06-28 05:12 PM
2007-06-28 05:26 PM
2007-06-28 07:15 PM
Mark wrote:Hard to say what this is. More info might help, but you may need to have a tech look at the machine. The copy/paste problem is only with ArchiCAD?
I don't know if this is a Mac problem - I've only recently started working on Macs but whenever I try copying and pasting in Layout mode from one layout to another, ArchiCAD crashes. This has happened with both AC10 & AC11. I suspect it's NOT an ArchiCAD issue, but I was hoping someone would be able to help anyway.
Macs - thus far I'm not all that impressed- a good PC will easily match performance and will cost half as much as the mac. How do others feel about this?PCs used to cost less for the same (or better) performance, but the TCO for Macs has always been lower (I've been using both for over ten years now and could have bought an extra top of the line Mac every year if I could have billed for all the extra time it took to maintain my PC). Now that Macs are Intel based they provide at least the same performance and typically sell for less than the equivalent Dell or HP. Also the design and build quality is generally superior.
2007-06-29 01:48 AM
Mark wrote:Yes it does, sorry.
(this wouldn't happen on a PC...)
2007-07-06 09:16 AM
2007-07-06 09:49 AM
Mark wrote:do you use cadimage's revision manager? this has only happened to me whilst i was trying revision manager . . . because it writes add-on data to the layout or something. same when you try and import layout/master layout stuff from other files using the navigator>browse function.
So anyway, is there anyway of solving this?
2007-07-06 12:10 PM
do you use cadimage's revision manager?No. Don't have it. Don't use it.
2007-07-17 10:57 AM