I'm having a problem with self made 2d representation of Archicad built-in 3d objects.
What i am trying to achieve is to add for example a dashed centerline let's say for archicads native library chair object in plan view,.
To do so, i chose this method - exploded 3d chair in plan view, drew a centerline on top, saved as 2d new object, copied 2d script from it, and pasted into the 2d script of original 3d chair.
What i got in the result is streched 2d representation because of different boundary size, i guess and no dashed line for my centerline :
Is it possible somehow not to relate bounding box of 2d preview to my drawn centerline, so the hotspots would relate only to chair symbol? And make centerline prefferably dashed, too?
I also tried method simply to paste lines in "2D Symbol" in gdl editor field and deleted script, but this way my 3d chair object disapeared from plan alltogether. Don't know why it is, couse with gdl objects wich i saved from model by myself this method works fine - 2d representation is visible.
Can anyone help me with this? - why i am not able to modify original Archicad's object's 2d symbols, and
how to exclude some lines from script so they are not participating in streching?
Thx a lot if someone is making effort to understand what i am trying to do and help! 🙂