Does anyone know how to avoid the bold line where minimal space extends
beyond a wall, without modifying the cut line of the wall? This is
generally just an issue where there is no wall, hence not a need for the
cut line, per the attached image. I kn...
Does anyone know a good way to allow objects made with LPM in AC25 to
auto update once changes are made to the object. We have an office
library with custom objects on our BIMcloud, and I made some slight
changes to a few and thought when the library...
Hello, Our office does quite a bit of multifamily residential work with
accessible needs, and thus we often use custom objects that are saved
out from different configurations of the native Archicad toilet or tub
with grab bar objects, since the toil...
Got it. If you want to label both you could still set the "top" window
display setting to "overhead all" and change it's overhead line type to
dashed (or dotted if you want it "invisible"). It would still be
selectable but would look more like one wi...
In addition to Xandros' comment, you can also try the shortcut
ctl+alt+a, and set your story settings to infinite, so that you can see
all stories, just in case you have your story settings limited to a
There are a couple options you could try:1) Assuming the "top" window is
above the cut plane, you could set the display window of your wall to
"Cut Only", which would eliminate the top window from floor plan view.2)
If your wall setting is set to "Pr...
You have to select which label you want before placing the zone, and you
now have the option to choose a label from one of your favorites. Your
work environment may be a bit different from mine but it is here per the
screenshot. Was also discussed in...
Under "Floor Plan Display Options", do you have the wall set to
"Projected" or "Projected with Overhead"? That will often show
everything in 3D for a complex profile wall. You might try "Cut Only" or