When I create a door or window schedule I ALWAYS show the elevation from
the outside. However this is not possible using the schedules in
Archicad. Is this just me or do either countries do this differently.
For me 'front' or 'back' views are meaning...
Just had a link from Apple to upgrade my OS to Mac Big Sur. What is the
advice from GS? Will AC21 to 24 work OK? What is the advice from GS
regarding machines with the new M1 chip? as I'm thinking of upgrading
If I export a BIMx Lab model from 24 and view it on the laptop I get
option to jump around the model using the gallery (so I know all the
view are there) But when viewing using cardboard the gallery is not
available. Basic BIMx and BIMx pro give an e...
GS was very smart creating a fill which duplicated the representation of
a building material in a detail callout. This is great BUT the Building
Material Fill has no properties. This means that any Properties and
therefore Expressions cannot be used ...
Barry you are correct, The reveal side is always the 'outside' from
ARCHICAD Help "3.The sun icon and thick line represent the “outside”
(reveal side) of the Wall" The 'side opposite the reveal side' is always
the "inside" Why GS dont simply call it ...
Hi Barry As far as I know a reveal is really just a recess to a door or
window frame it can be either an inside or outside reveal. When placing
a door or window the user Identifies the external direction of the door
or window unit first, the the dire...
I needed to display site areas in Hectares and was surprised that I
couldn't add additional unit types so I eventually used expressions to
convert m2 to hectares . Fairly simple multiply m2 x 10000 I then added
this new property to the Zone stamp to ...
Localisation then is the issue (and this discussion has been had before)
The schedules are impossible in Australia and probably in the UK
(although I haven't worked there for many years) Its about time
GRAPHISOFT got it right Its the inconsistency wh...