This would the 3rd time i've had to do some dimension text box cleanups.
the first time was done properly, i wanted to show pointers & have them
stacking neatly on top of each other. however, yesterday the pointers
disappeared & the text boxes revert...
screenshots below: first one shows the 2 polylines i want to
adjust/shorten towards the orange line. from the right-hand node towards
the orange line, specifically. however in the second screenshot, it
adjusts it from the LEFT hand size, where i don'...
is there a way to set the default colour for Trace Reference? i've been
biting the bullet for years & having to constantly change it from the
pale yellow to the blue. i thought it was set in the Work Environment,
but i couldn't find it, unless i'm lo...
For posterity's sake. We were looking for a way to model tapered steel
rafters using imported complex profiles for one of our warehouse
projects: this was achieved using the following steps: - create a
(duplicate) complex profile with the reference p...
so i read somewhere that Properties, same with Attributes, have inherent
Index Numbers. I'm planning on doing cleanup with the current set of
Properties in our Template. I'm looking to move some Properties into
different Groups, as well as creating n...
it's a standard office procedure for us & it's bad practice to delete
layouts. there is information contained in the layouts (specifically
drawing revisions & change history) that will be deleted if the layout
is deleted. we simply put a big red text...
with questions like these, it sounds like you'll need to learn the
basics of ArchiCAD. there are numerous tutorials in YouTube -- a lot,
from the Graphisoft ArchiCAD channel, some from independent channels
such as Shoegnome.
i understand that the language is abit of a barrier, but i don't know
what you mean by Facade Depth Marks. do you have a photo from a
manufacturer that you'll be using? that might be a better way to convey
the information / question.
3D elements are modelled at scale 1:1 the drawing scales you mentioned
are mostly for the 2D documentation (labels, dimensions, text etc). a
text box at scale 1:5 will look tiny compared to the same text box at
scale 1:200. you model your walls, slab...
i could be wrong, but i think you've misunderstood the workaround.
you're meant to temporarily turn on the zone you don't use the Zone
Stamp. use the Label Tool to call up the zone name set it to layer set
to a visible layer in your combinations (Ele...