until now, it has been always suggested to start a project by rotating the whole building -and site-, placing it in orthogonal way and setting the true north according to this rotation.
This was due to the inaccuracies and other issues occurring when placing the building as in real life, with the true north facing upwards and, subsequently rotating the view to draw orthogonally.
Is this still the recommended workflow in Archicad 26 or have some of the issues been solved?
I am asking because I find it much more comfortable to rotate the view, instead of the whole object, in order to draw orthogonally.
I want to skip the step of hot-linking the project to another file when exporting an IFC in its real position and not related to the survey point.
I’d appreciate your thoughts and experience on this matter.