I have just released the recording of my presentation on Revision
Management from my ARCHINTENSIVE 2020 event. I personally enjoy using
the Revision Management feature in Archicad. It is a feature a lot of
users struggle with, so I would suggest you ...
I have just released the recording of Blair Calvert's session on the
processes that he used at DKO to document large projects, from my
ARCHINTENSIVE 2020 event. For anyone that is working on large projects
or trying to document projects across multip...
I have just released the recording of Lachlan Green's session on Doors
and Windows from my ARCHINTENSIVE 2020 event. This session covers which
tools are best for modelling, and also which tools are best for
scheduling. It is a really insightful prese...
I have just released the recording of Szabolcs Miko's session on
Mastering the Stair and Railing Tools from my ARCHINTENSIVE 2020 event.
This is a must-view session for all Archicad users to understand how to
use the Stair and Railing Tools. I will b...
I have just released the recording of Barbora Nemeckayova's session on
creating Visualisation in Enscape from my ARCHINTENSIVE 2020 event. This
is a great session for those users that are currently using Enscape in
their workflows. I will be progress...
Have you thought of creating a texture (image) of what you want the
terrain to look like? You could then save that as an image and apply it
to your mesh as a whole. Yes it doesn't solve the issue that we have
with applying different surfaces to each ...
Let’s say I comment when I have an understanding of what is going on. I
confirm I don’t know the full arrangement between the two companies but
I did conversations before the announcement with Enscape. I also know
why particular actions are being tak...
If you want to maintain the same thickness (an option can be to export
only the core parts of elements) than sadly the short answer is no. With
natively modelled elements you can't change the LOD of an element. If
they are library parts then if the l...