I am creating a company Standard Details Manual. The details are
organized into groups and each group has a a drawing index for all the
details in that group. I also have a Layout Project Index which creates
a table of contents for those detail group...
I set up a cabinet with a drawer stack and added a narrow flat panel
filler module to one side of it, as would be used when the cabinet is
adjacent to a wall to provide clearance. I have made a copy of that
cabinet and want to delete the flat panel t...
At present our Archicad users (currently about 15 licenses on AC18)
access our projects via a VPN to a remote server. The server is not well
configured for graphics so they only use the internal engine, not
OpenGL. I would like them to be able to run...
It seems like I'm missing something basic, but I can't work out what it
is: I draw a basic 2D shape with lines, polylines, fills & hotspots.
Select, save as object under Libraries and Objects & give it a name,
save it to the embedded library. There i...
I'm trying to create a beam schedule which lists beam IDs, their profile
name, length, and the number of exactly similar beams. The quantity
field is however not behaving as I expect it to. It is showing
duplicates and multiples for certain beams tha...
Thanks Barry, appreciate it. The directional drag difference is apparent
and works as expected when dragging modules vertically - but not when
dragging horizontally. Despite the promotion of the tool being about it
being intuitive and easy to learn, ...
Can't help with what you're trying to achieve, but fwiw, if it's
"demolished" it wouldn't exist anymore. "To be Demolished" is correct if
it's still showing up in the drawings/model. It's not the same as
"remain as existing" or "to be new" - which wo...
If you mean how do I show a typical floor plan with site graphics
similar to the those shown, using archicad, the answer is probably that
regardless of whether or not it's possible, archicad is probably not the
best tool for that kind of presentation...
It can be useful to have a smaller, site-sized mesh which acts as a
terrain for Archicad drawings, and a larger one on a different layer
which can be turned off when working in Archicad but which provides a
base in Twinmotion for landscaping.
I don't believe so, though would be glad to be proved wrong. Where I've
had to do this in the past, I've just used a standard DH window and
turned off the the opening markers for that window in the Opening Lines
part of the settings, then added notes...