Yes I did. It's more of a nuisance then a solution. Why use a workaround for something that should exist a long time ago? With the given solution, I have to use more screen real estate and delete it every time I try to measure something quickly.
In the sea of more concerning issues, I understand that this is just a droplet, but little things like this help improve user experience. 🙂
Versions 13 to 25 CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 5900X 12-Core RAM:32GB GPU: RTX 2080Ti Windows 11
While we are on the subject, snapping to axis while measuring works in a very iffy way to say the least, One would expect that when I place first point of measurement pressing and holding shift whlie near x, y, or z axis archicad will snap to said axis, and it does on occasion (it works perfectly when done in empty space) however in instances where geometry that one migh acctualy want to take measurement of is present it sort of falls appart and measures something under a wired angle.
From Archicad 8.5 all the way to the present. Passionate Autocad hater as well. Wish to save palets and menus individualy in work enviroments: https://bit.ly/3pg3Bx7