Hi Vojtech, sorry if I misunderstand.
But you say, "I have Archicad 25 - 4013 SWE FULL" and I explained in both posts that it worked in Archicad 24 but was disabled in Archicad 25.
Sorry, I could not tell from your video if you are testing AC24 or 25.
But I strongly agree with the "wish" that high resolution images should be enabled in Archicad. It has been a wish for a long time. It became really obvious when users got Retina screens or 4k screens on Windows, and they say the saved images or placed drawings dumb down the resolution by 50% from what we all could see on screen! Archicad was being so ridiculous that we could take a screenshot of what we could see and save it at the native resolution as an external PNG file, and then use that to at least get the resolution we could see on a large monitor!
And then it became an undocumented feature of AC24 that we could get even higher resolution on a View and place it as a drawing on a layout, than we could see on any monitor, if we used a camera view. Even better, we could do it without special video cards and it worked on Mac and Windows 10.
Then Graphisoft took it away again in AC25. So, my point was that we are asking for a very reasonable wish that should be easy to grant and a benefit to most users if they just knew about it. Indeed, if this technology were enabled again, the default DPI should be set to 240 or 300, instead of the ancient Mac Classic 72 DPI.
Easy, Live-updating, High-resolution views that do not require 3rd party tools like TM, would be a great feature for typical workflows in our industry. And we are so close to having it. There is a place for Rendering, but it is no substitute.
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