Currently it's possible to associate a railing to a slab or stair edge.
Some other options would be nice:- Associating with wall geometry-
Associating with an opening. Currently it's not possible to associate a
railing with a hole in the slab that's ...
Currently, AC has the possibility to hide or isolate certain objects in
3D. This functionality could be expanded to be more comprehensive. 1.)
Objects can be hidden/isolated in other views as well (elevation,
section, plan, etc.), not just 3D. Revit ...
As per the title, it should be possible to establish additional
coordinate systems, often associated with real world positions.
Furthermore, it should be possible to move and rotate these coordinate
system origins, as is possible in Revit. There shou...
This is essentially a repost of this
Allow objects to be linked to a saved set of settings (a bit like layer
visibility for layer combos). The settings dialog for th...
Hi! I am using an older version of AC (21) for a project and trying to
set up a file system where I hotlink all the consultant IFCs into a main
.mod file which in turn is hotlinked into the main project file. Inside
the .mod file I have set up variou...
I've personally used option nr 2 a few times but it can be confusing in
floor play when trying to select one of them. It works very well for the
advanced user who can keep track of 3D geometry but the reality in
collaboration is that many don't care/...
There are several issues with the current way levels work in AC:They are
almost 100% symbolic rather than "2.5 D". I've made dozens of posts
recently alluding to this. For example, the bottommost steps of a stair
that stretches beyond a stair hole in...
I do like the idea of using guide planes as levels as well as having a
plane hierarchy set with constraints i.e. parent planes > child planes >
... > child planes of n degree. Physical geometry can then be
constrained to these guide planes. A similar...
Looking up in Revit means that you place a horisontal mirror at the
horisontal cutting plane so the orientation of the plan isn't flipped as
you describe. Here's an explanation on how view ranges work in