We run into needing this all of the time. Someone leaves the caps lock
on, which is traditional for architectural lettering. But it should also
go the other way. Please give us a way to edit text case with multiple
options. Otherwise, we have to manu...
I shared this in AC27 Tech Preview, but not many saw it. Please comment
below. Solid Model Operations (SEOs) are powerful modeling tools. The
weakest of materials can cut the strongest of materials. SEOs work
better than the Trim to Roof Tool, sort o...
On the right column of this forum. There are Labels that must be chosen
in order to post a topic. "Walls" are missing from the list. Why? Beams,
railings and columns are on there. Also, could the list be put in
alphabetical order or at least grouped ...
I just found out that Revit can do this. Once a wall is placed, a user
can go into an edit mode and draw on the surface of a wall with splines,
circles, polygons and free-hand sketches, that act as cut lines. For
example, you could draw a circle on t...
Why would such an add-on not be in the standard features for Archicad?
Why do we have to search for and load something so basic and simple? It
is still my standing wish for a simple task, not an add-on, please! This
feature would save many hours or w...
No. Custom profiles is one solution but it is not ideal in some cases.
If I create a profile of a truss that spans 40 ft. and I use the beam
tool to place it, it is counter-intuitive to use the length of the beam
to be the thickness of the truss. And...
I have had issues with the Opening Tool where it will not cut or operate
on all walls. I don't understand why. The opening tool can be a pain to
work with to stretch and move into place. Can the spring tool create any
shape? I have not been able to g...
I could imagine that users could use the wall tool and cut lines to
create trusses. Place the wall, draw the shape of the truss, select the
parts to remove and then copy the wall to multiple locations. I am sure
there could be better solutions for cr...
Here is another idea that I like which I just found out that Revit can
do. Once a wall is placed, a user can go into an edit mode and draw on
the surface of a wall with splines, circles, polygons and free-hand
sketches, that act as cut lines. For exa...