I'm using 'Zone Stamp 01 24' and there's one setting that it won't let
me change. In the Settings/text and Override Style area it lists text
sizes for various scales, 1:50; 1:100; 1:200, and Uniform. If I choose
'Display by Paper Size' it will allow ...
It appears that openings made in beams (at least beams made from complex
profiles) are invisible in plan. Has anyone else had this problem? I'm
able to use the beam 'Holes' tool and those show up in plan so long as
beam centerlines are turned on in t...
Is there a simple way to tell an object to use the custom symbolic view
instead of the 2D view (automatically generated by archicad and not
modifiable) without having to delete the 2D view? I see a lot of old
posts that say you can delete the script ...
It seems that simple custom objects such as morphs saved as objects can
only be rotated in plan view...around the Y axis. When they were morphs
they could be rotated around any axis, but once they're objects. library
parts you lose the functionality....
Why does the beam centerline show up for a beam that is hidden? ie: We
set beams to be visible 'Within Floor Plan range' so that they can be
viewed from above for structural plans as well as from below for
reflected ceiling plans. This generally work...
I still see a glitch in the program, where even when it looks like I
succeed in changing the uniform text scale, once I check the box to use
uniform text scale it changes back. I was able to get around this by
starting from scratch and recreating the...
If you choose 'Scale Sensitive Display' then you can no longer access
the settings for Uniform Display. But if you want to use 'Uniform
Display there is no way to change the text value of this field then?
...To be a bit more precise, the opening has to be ON THE STORY of the
view. So, even if you set your view depth to the floor below, and even
if the beam below to the same story as the view, you won't be able to
see an opening if it's located within ...
After doing more testing it appears that openings will only show up if
they area ABOVE the cut plane. When located below the cut plane they
invisible. Is this a setting that can be customized? If not then this
seems like a bug.