This has been talked about a lot here. Try searching the forum.
https://archicad-talk.graphisoft.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=67365 I can
give only a simplified answer as the CPU and GPU utitization in Archicad
is of complexity beyond my wisdom. The CPU i...
I've had this problem before. With help form Graphisoft forum members a
bypass solution was found quickly. The Archicad Start Screen GUI hangs
or Archicad might crash, if one has more than a few recent projects
listed there. To avoid this one should ...
[Moderator: the original post of the thread was deleted because the
poster was spamming.] I don't think the GPU is being used for rendering
in Archicad. For rendering alone you'd be better served with a high
clocked CPU with as many cores as you can ...
Strange. Publisher crashes on updating layout drawings and/or during
publishing layouts to .dwg. I might have had a crash while publishing
the same content to .pdf, but can't remember, as there were so many
crashes that I gave it up and saved out eac...
One small wish for Publisher UI. After the publishing process in the UI
Window, which states "Publishing...(X/X done), some additional buttons,
or right click context menu options should be added. The purpose of this
command should be: 1. Open publis...
I don't think a gaming monitor will make any difference. As @Lingwisyer
said, gaming monitors are mostly better for higher refresh rates (120Hz
or even higher), but this is noticeable at high paced motion images -
games. As our CAD environment is mos...
How do you plan to work together? I'll be honest here. If you model your
project and use Archicad as one should use it, then at least BIMcloud
Basic is a must. This way you can work together. If it's just a drafting
job, then you probably don't need ...
Hi @MartinRosa!A lintel classification option is integrated into the
Archicad Classification v 2.0 in my INT localization. I also checked the
GER version Archicad Klassifizierung, which also has the "Sturz" (german
for lintel) instance. Is your CZ lo...
It is possible. Just mirror each roof segment, so the pitch mark for
each segment will be in the middle. You'd need to use the single plane
geometry method for that.For solid structures with a leveled bottom side
the mesh tool is a better choice.