MAC: Command + U WIN: Ctrl + U Multiply creates any number of exact copies of selected elements on the current story, using one the following methods: Drag multiplies the copies along a straight path defined by the reference line. Rotate multiplies the copies along an arc, using the angle specified in the reference arc. Elevate stacks
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Generally for a single story house you need to create 3 Storys; 0.Sea Level/ Datum, 1.Ground Floor & 2.Roof. 0.Sea Level/ Datum is where you construct your 3D mesh and draw your site info. 1.Ground Floor is where you Model your ground floor; walls, slab, windows/ doors, furniture etc. This is also where you ‘Draw’
In Find and Select is Criteria Sets. Sets allow commonly used Criteria to be used and imported and exported like Favorites. A great time saving feature.
You can turn the Wall Reference Lines on and off by going to View>On-Screen View Options and clicking Wall & Beam Reference Lines.
Move a selected 3D elements vertically along the Z axis? MAC: Command + 9 WIN: Control + 9 Type the value by which you wish to raise or lower all selected elements. To allow the element’s Home Story to be automatically reset to reflect its new elevation, check Set Home Story by Elevation.
The Shortcut Key for Undo is Ctrl+Z (PC) or Command+Z (Mac), for Redo it is Ctrl+Shift+Z (PC) or Command+Alt+Z (Mac). Of course you can use the Buttons in the Toolbar.
What type of files can ARCHICAD work with? Common Files Types. http://helpcenter.graphisoft.com/?p=46860# .pln are your Solo Projects files and are the main native document type of ArchiCAD. .bpn Backup Project files, will allow you to recover the last saved version of a damaged project file. .pla Archive files are similar to Solo Projects, but these include all the library parts,
In ARCHICAD 19, with the new Tab Bar feature, double clicking on different views/layouts opens new tabs. If you would like them to open in a single tab go to Options>Work Environment>More Options
Mac: Option + L Win: Shift + L