Hello kind folks, The development kits for Archicad 27 have just been
published on the API site , so go and grab them while they are fresh!
The most important changes from Archicad 26: many API functions have
been renamed to reflect their true purpo...
Hi folks, Developer Support (in Jira ServiceDesk) won't be available
till next Tuesday (May 10), as the team dedicates the rest of the week
to the Graphisoft Innovation Days. Thanks for your understanding, Akos
Hi folks,It's my pleasure to announce the Archicad 25 devkits -- please
visit the developer site https://archicadapi.graphisoft.com/ to
download.The enclosed document lists the recent changes, and other
information which may prove useful.Best regards...
Folks,The Archicad 24 API devkits is available on the API site
https://archicadapi.graphisoft.com.We have also created a landing page
(https://graphisoft.com/downloads/python) for those who are interested
in the capabilities of the brand new Python/J...
Hi, I would ship it together with the add-on, but as a separate file.
Ask the user to place the two together into a folder, and then from your
code you can get the add-on's location in the file system with
ACAPI_GetOwnLocation() and load the .lcf fro...
Hi kency, No, you may only add individual .gsm files as resources. You
may ship an .lcf file with the add-on, but then you'll have to add it
from code with ACAPI_Environment (APIEnv_AddLibrariesID, ...). Best,
Hi, 1. If you know the name of the door, then you can use
ACAPI_LibPart_Search() to find the index of that library part, then get
that library part's parameters as well with ACAPI_LibPart_GetParams().
Put the index into the openingBase.libInd member ...