Graphisoft gives us the option to customize Archicad to a large extent.
And many users do exactly that. Up to the point that their Archicad is
almost completely unrecognisable from the version that comes out of the
box. I too, customize many a thing ...
So here is a problem: As anyone else, we do struggle when we need to try
several different design ideas on a teamwork project. Usually we save it
as a pln, do a few versions choose one and then painstaikingly merge the
changes back to the server file...
Issue at hand: On a large teamwork project file, we have a number of
schedules. In some of them, we use the top, front and axonometric view
of listed items. We annotate those, sometimes just adding dimensions,
other times drawing some more details up...
Ok I am running into this flustrating issue on our BIM Server. We run
Archicad 22 5009 CZE and BIM Server 22.0.2408.411 (Can't update this
because of server HW and SW setup) We have five client workstations and
for the specific project we need to mak...
This question may soon turn into a wish, so admins, feel free to move it
if you see fit. I was tasked with creating a schedule of steel
components of a fairly custom facade, made up from various extrusions of
walls, columns, and beams. The main point...
@Barry Kelly wrote: PS holes can also be placed in beams (not columns)
and even the new opening tool can be used (again for beams not columns).
Here are a couple of example columns I have posted previously.Each image
is just one segmented column with...
Thats how we deal with the problem too. But it is not very good solution
as this needs to be updated every time new master layout gets created, I
would love if master layouts would have ability to add clasification to
them and that could then be list...
I have to say I had lost this thead after making it (as it was in a
frenzy to get the project done) and I am no longer working at the
company where the issue occured. In fact if Archicad talk was not
migrated to this new format, I would probably neve...
Podolsky wrote: My opinion that PARAM-O is quite limited in term of
modelling capabilities. PARAM-O is generating GDL script, that later
ArchiCAD is reading. Knowing GDL well - it's possible to achieve much
faster better results. But only if you know...