Fish out of water here! I just went to look at my private messages and
they are all missing. I had some very important ones in corresponding
back and forth with GS tech support on open issues. Will those be
showing up again anytime soon? I did not tr...
I'm sure my question does not apply to everyone else in this forum.
Wondering if the old style list of topics is berried in here somewhere.
I am also sure this is just one of those, you have to get used to the
new system type things.....but I am find...
We are working with a new MEP consultant that is starting to model their
HVAC design work. They use Auto Cadd MEP to model their work. Wondering
if anyone here has had success in importing 3D HVAC model from Auto CADD
MEP into ArchiCAD?Is there a par...
We saving out dwg backgrounds for our PME consultants. The toilets and
sinks are changing shape and in some cases quantities as we save out to
dwg. I have attached sample screen shots of the pln file configuration
(dark grey walls) and the dwg file (...
Those of us in the US working on high use commercial bathrooms, know
that virtually all installed toilets are wall mounted, sometimes floor
mounted, flush valve toilets. Rarely would an architect spec a tank type
toilet in a high use commercial appli...
Thanks Karl - If we truly lost all our messages, that would be very
disappointing. Not sure why GS would not have given a heads up to us on
that prior to beginning migration, especially for those who may have had
very important messages regarding tec...
I just received a sample HVAC distribution model from our MEP consultant
as an IFC model. It came into ArchiCAD 24 & 25 on the first attempt.
Aside from the MEP not using the same "stories" as we are, which can get
resolved, this worked very well. I ...
Karl wrote:As far as I know, your best bet is for your consultant to
export an IFC file from Autocad MEP and for you to hotlink that into
your file. See also Podolsky's post here:
Minh - Thanks for the very clear explanation as to what is happening
with the "DWG for Dummies" Translator. I believe we only noticed this
behavior in AC 24, vs AC 23, because we were making changes from default
settings on several bathroom fixtures....