How to make a wall hole follow the outline of a custom-shaped window
using the Library Part Maker (LPM) add-on? I cannot find such an
explanation in the Library Part Maker 25 User Guide:
These trapezoid windows were made of walls (window frames), slabs (glass
and window sills), and polylines (opening lines). Unfortunately, such
window objects are only partially suitable because they incorrectly
display the material of the opening and...
I have a very important question for Archicad developers that has been
bothering us for three years. When could we expect that choosing "Link
to Fill Origin" for slab in 2D will again affect the origin and
direction of its texture in 3D, as it was in...
@DontknowThanks for your reply, but my question was how to do it using
the Library Part Maker add-on. A window object created using slabs in
the way you described is not suitable for two reasons. First, it does
not react to the side materials of the ...
@NCornia wrote:This bug was previously discovered and we already plan to
correct it in an Update. [...] Hopefully it will be sooner than later.
Sorry for the inconvenience.Nicholas,Is there any hope that this bug
will eventually be fixed?
Barry, please explain what you just checked and what is still there?Let
me repeat, the last Archicad version, which had the connection between
the Slab's 2D fill and its 3D texture, was 22. After that, there were
only promises, but so far no solution...
Barry, In this case, as Lingwisyer rightly noticed, these settings
(length, height, depth) should be available in the Knob settings. They
are now "hidden" in the All Parameters section. On the other hand, there
is no unified logic here. If you save y...
Lingwisyer, Many thanks for your prompt response! I tried it and it
really works, great! Of course, it is tiring each time to specify the
length, height, and depth of your knob. That should be done
automatically. But as you say, it is one of the many...