HelloThe "information" part in BIM gets more and more crucial.To be able
to keep the most important properties under control, I would love to
have a palette where I can define my – let's say 10 – top properties to
be shown.So it would be mainly an "I...
HelloWe have an issue with wrong values after changing (overwriting) our
gld labels.If in the gdl label, an autotext variable is replaced by
another autotext, still the value of the previous autotext is shown.
This is very confusing 8-)(It is documen...
Hello tjasaNo idea why it's not working. But I would maybe rather use a
real Property ("Eigenschaften-Manager") and not a Classification
("Klassifizierungs-Manager"). Be careful to assign the property to your
classes (screenshot pt. 5).
Dear tjasaYou cannot change the element type, because it's defined by
the tool you draw the element.Instead, you could use the "Element
Classification" and classify your elements (walls and morphs) as walls
and finally choose that classification for ...
Hello DGSketcherYes, I agree. But there is a workaround, if I understood
correctly what you need:Add an Archicad property expression, where you
put the "Home Story" name or number. You can then use this property in
the "find & select" dialogue!Jonas
With polylines, I normally use the magic wand tool to place a 2nd
polyline on top of the 1st and replace it. If the pattern still has the
wrong orientation, you first have to mirror the 1st polyline, use the
wand tool, and then mirror the 2nd polylin...