I saw in the Graphisoft page for Archicad 27, an update about the Enscape connection:
Streamlined Archicad – Enscape Connection
Create real-time visualizations more comfortably with the revamped Archicad – Enscape connection:
Map any Archicad object to any high-poly Enscape asset to leverage the best of both worlds.
Enscape is now also available for the macOS platform.
Available for Subscription, Forward, and SSA users only.
I understand from this, that we can now set any Archicad object to be a proxy for an Enscape asset, (which would be really really useful as the orange Enscape assets don't look very good), but I can't figure out how this might be done. (I do have a subscription).
Enscape assets have an Asset ID parameter, which saves a GUID for a specific Enscape asset, and it seems that this is what Enscape is picking up to link a model. But regular Archicad objects don't have this parameter.
"It is also worth noting that Graphisoft has doubled down on its work with Enscape, the real-time visualisation software, to build a more streamlined connector. It’s now possible to map any Archicad object to any high-poly Enscape asset, giving users the best of both worlds. Enscape is also now available for the macOS platform and is available for Subscription, Forward and SSA users."
I know that it has been an object on the public roadmap but it apparently isn´t any more - all that is left is traces of a direct link. And it should be noted that there isn´t any mention of the mapping functionality in the two community knowledge base entries that mention "streamlined visualisation" - both have been edited.