The getting started with Cabinets in ARCHICAD 20.
Have you seen the new Keynotes getting started video for ARCHICAD 20?
ARCHICAD 20 changed the way it deals with Tabs. You may know already about the Save View new function but there is something that you may want to know as well. See the Video below. If the view as been defined in the Tab, the Icon is blue If you move the view point (zoom),
Starting with ARCHICAD 20 you can use the usual shortcuts to PickUp / Inject Parameters to transfer parameters between Tabs Use the same commands Alt to Pick Up or Ctrl+Alt to Inject use Cmmd+Alt in Mac to Inject
On September 20th, Apple will be releasing their new Operating System, macOS Sierra 10.12. This new system is not compatible with the current releases of ARCHICAD 20, 19 and older. For this reason we recommend NOT updating to macOS Sierra until a compatible ARCHICAD update is released. Graphisoft has released an official statement on this Website:
New to Electrical Tool or want to see how it works? Check out the Cadimage Electrical getting started video for ARCHICAD 20
Starting with ARCHICAD 20 Tabs no longer inherit settings from the previous view if you single click them. However, you can still right click a Tab and use Get Last Settings to replace this functionality. Like this Elevation inherits the Ground Floor settings.
We have experienced a great number of crash reports with various ARCHICAD versions since on different Windows platforms which can be connected to the Plays.TV & Raptr applications. Issue: Their newest software updates cause ARCHICAD to crash every 5-10 minutes. The newest updates of these applications were probably installed with Video Card driver updates. ARCHICAD 19 crashes with
ARCHICAD 20 Tabs functionality has improved in many ways, but first notice that now tabs that belong to a view point (Project Map) are displayed with Black Icon, while the tabs that belong to a saved view (View Map) are displayed with a Blue Icon
With ARCHICAD 20 you can find easier to navigate your View Map just using Tabs. Just right click the Ground Floor Tab and go to Related views, the relevant views will be selectable an the others will be grayed out. 12