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Hello all, Just a request to make this Community more quickly readable
- and perhaps to get more and faster answers to your questions: I've
noticed that, more and more, people are posting screenshots about an
issue as attachments, requiring a separ...
Thanks to @Erwin Edel in another thread for pointing out this excellent
article by architect Svetlana Kravchenko of Russia on some of the many
capabilities of the Cinema 4D rendering engine as realized within
ARCHICAD as Cineware/Cinerender. The arti...
A user - who is no longer on the forum - asked how to change the name of
the renovation status in a schedule from "To Be Demolished" to
"Demolished" (English version obviously - tip applies to any language).
Typically, nobody ever sees the status per...
Viktor Kovacs created this blog post today giving an overview of the
various options for automating workflows or extending ARCHICAD
Such a structure is a wall created with an "Insulated Concrete Form".
There has been a variety of discussion about this over the years... some
It's likely that either (a) you customized your work environment prior
to Goodies installation so that it isn't showing where it wants to be in
the menu structure, (b) you installed an update to AC 26 after the
initial installation and need to re-ins...
Well, I played with the parameters some more and was able to force the
leaf inwards in the wall cavity ... but at the same time the door frame
reduced in size and the casing code has a bug causing it to flip into
the wall opening ... a bug that exist...
The library has a single and a double door that swings both directions.
In the USA library, they are called "Double Acting" doors as seen here.
For this library part, I haven't found a quick option for getting the
door leaf centered in the frame thou...
I guess the obvious question is “What is accurate?” Presumably, a truss
company is engineering the trusses… so it’s then a piece of cake to take
their shop drawings and extrude them with any number of tools. I’m not
sure what is not “accurate” about ...