Did you know that the Cadimage Door and Window Tool can show minimal space requirements around doors?
This is for ArchiCAD 20
This is for ArchiCAD 19
Especially handy when designing things like accessible bathrooms etc.
Please bear in mind the display of the minimal space will depend on the Model View Options applied
Document>Model View> Model View Options >Miscellaneous settings for library parts
If you are using ARCHICAD 20 new feature Property Manager and plan to share a BIM file as an IFC, you can make sure that your Properties are included in the file by just checking the translator. Go to File>Interoperability> IFC > IFC Translation Setup> Select a Translator > Export Options> Building Information Data to
Missed yesterday’s Tip of the Day? Trying to remember a tip from last month? or Andrew Watson’s How to Create a Custom Knob 4 years ago? (The most read tip) Save the Cadimage blog in bookmarks to refer to it later. http://blog.cadimage.com/ Archive for the ‘Tip of the Day’ Category http://blog.cadimage.com/topics/tip-of-the-day/
The menu for Automatic Dimensioning for ARCHICAD 20 has moved to Document> Annotation > Automatic Dimensioning
Would you like the coverings to cast shadows in 3D? Select your coverings, open the settings. Under the Display Options change the Shadow settings to either Model View Options or Use local Settings. If you select “Use Local Settings” tick both Cladding and Trims. For MVO, you’ll need to tick the Cladding and Trims under
To set the background fill and pen colour for a Cadimage Door or Window. Open the Settings dialog, and in the Wall Opening Symbol page, change the Background Fill settings. Set the fill type and pens.
If you know you’ve added something but now can’t see it, you have most likely placed it on a layer that is now not showing. If you turn on ALL layers, you will be able to see it, then select it and place it on the correct layer. The shortcut key to bring up the
If you wish to label the ID or other properties of Doors and Windows in an elevation in ArchiCAD 19 there is a new method. First of all make sure that the label placement method is set to Associated, see article below Associated vs Independent Labels (ARCHICAD 19) Then go to the Label tool in
The getting started with Cabinets in ARCHICAD 20.
Have you seen the new Keynotes getting started video for ARCHICAD 20?