Hello. I have one file where I cannot get my doors / windows to display
properly in 3D according to my MVO settings. The issue is that in 3D
view, they all appear as 'simplified', regardless of my MVO settings. I
have used this function without issue...
Hello. I would like to find out how others approach the annotation of
detail drawings using 'out of the box' Archicad. To be clear, I am
talking specifically about 2D detail drawings drawn using lines, fills,
and objects either in the 2D detail or in...
Hi all. I am making window and door schedules, and using the nominal
sizes and upper / lower / left / right tolerances in the window settings
to generate both the structural opening ('wallhole') size and door /
window unit size in my schedules. What ...
Hi all, I have an elevation set up in my view map at scale 1:100. When I
open the view from the view map for editing / annotating it auto-updates
to 1:50 (I want it to be 1:100!). It is in a clone folder set to display
at 1:100. I have made a copy ou...
Hello, I am new here, and a new Archicad user and am still finding my
way around the software as well as this forum. Apologies if this is not
posted in the correct place. I have a problem with a model that I am
working on, it is not a big problem but...
Hi BrunoH, thank you for your reply. This was an interesting idea that I
had not thought of. The resulting behaviour is bizarre indeed. I deleted
the MVO that was applied to the view. Nothing happened.I deleted every
MVO from the project, and the doo...
Hi Lee, thanks for your reply. Yes the Quick settings is set to the
correct MVO, as is the view in navigator. I have also checked the issue
by setting up different MVO parameters - one for 'full' and one for
'simplified' and changing between them whi...
I don't have any advice and am also unsure how best to approach this. I
have previously dabbled in creating my own pen set but gave up for the
reasons described in your post. Too much time lost adjusting the myriad
pen settings for every single eleme...
I would approach this by making a graphic override rule for each
thickness of slab you want to differentiate. Use criteria settings in
the G/O rule settings to differentiate between them using e.g their
composite names or element ID's - I don't think...