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My dream for archicad

je crois a une revolution d'archicad mais je travail avec se logiciel depuit 2006 et j'ai veçu sont evolution de puit la varsion 10 et j'ai remarqué que archicad avais un devlopement long je souhaite que Graphisoft crée des versions intermédiaires pour boosté sont devlopement Archicad 19/19.5/20/20.5 a 6mois d'intervale et chaque semaistre avec sa panoplie d'outil et d'objet archicad a besoin d'idée novatrice et révolutionnaire comme pour l'outil shell ou les materiaux de construction je rêve un jour voir un outil aligné comme sur revit ou bien une modélisation par masse qui modifié les mur et dalle selent la forme de la masse

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I believe has a revolution of archicad, but I work with is software depuit 2006 and I experience are well evolution varsion 10 and I noticed that archicad had a long devlopement I wish that Graphisoft creates versions intermediate boosts are devlopement Archicad 19/19.5/20/20.5 a 6 months over a period of each semaistre with its panoply of tool and object archicad needs innovative idea and revolutionary as for the shell tool or construction materials I dream one day see an as on aligned tool revit either modeling by mass which changed the wall and slab selent in the form of the mass

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I dream of having a tool constrained, position, scale, rotation from one element or object existing archicad as Revit and related commende

I strongly disagree the shorter period of new versions. Even I suggest 2 year periods.
The one year version-cycle urges the graphisoft to come out efficient amount of new features, to justify the reason of the version change.
And it causes, that the new features are just partly new or little more than half-ready.
The new features needs a complete think-over (and in a one year cycle there's no time to do it).
E.g.: if there's missing a tool, there are 2 possibilities: you can make a new tool or develop the existing. The GS mostly chose the new tool option.
But, as a matter of fact, there are too many tools, yet. E.g.: there would be no need to have 2 separate tools for windows, and doors; or even there's no need to have different object-type elements, also (object, lamp, door, window and even the zone stamp too).
Or there are at least 5 fill-type tools (fill, slab, roof, shell, mesh), and the only difference between them is that they have some extra parameters (the slab equals a 0° roof, a fill is a slab without 3d representation etc.); if the wall should have some scripting possibility, it can serve as curtain-wall also (and in this case, the walls should have endless possibilities, like panelled walls, framed walls - without additional extensions).
The 2 new 3d tools (shell and morph) are both lack of some important features, and none of them are so well refined and sophisticated than the other archicad tools.
A new object oriented scripting possibility (with real web-features and other 3d software-connections) would be a significant development.
The paradigmatic changes, mentioned above, could result a way better software.
And in 2 year periods the version changes would be much more easier. I'm an open minded architect, I'm open to the new features, but the change to the new versions for me, often takes more than a year. For several reasons, I'm using for some projects, the ac16, also; and for most of them the ac17, and for just a few I use the ac18.
And the constant version change has some other disadvantages: even the later versions' pmk is not suitable for the earlier versions. e.g. I wanted to place a 2d drawing from an ac18 project into an ac17 one (I had no time for the version change), and I had to use dwg (and it caused some minor problems, which wouldn't come out with pmk).
Talmácsi, István, architect (AC user since 1997, ac4.5 - now: ac18)

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Talmácsi, István, architect (AC user since 1997, ac4.5 - now: ac18)

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