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ArchiCAD 17 - New Feature: Enhanced Composite/Profile Workflow

Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Select any Composite or Profile element in any view, then right-click to access the relevant Composite or Profile Settings directly. In Composite Settings: Simplified UI consolidates all settings within a single table format Drag skins to change skin order “New” command creates a simple 1-skin...

ArchiCAD 17 - New Feature: Improved Door/Window Placement

Monday, June 3, 2013

New intuitive feedback removes the guesswork when you are placing a new opening into a Wall. Ghost previews of each option let you know exactly what you are going to get in terms of: opening location anchor point reveal side opening direction Even while you are placing the opening, you can switch...

ArchiCAD 17 - New Feature: Easily Editable 3D Cutting Plane

Monday, June 3, 2013

Define 3D cutaway sections of the model graphically, using one or more cutting planes in any location. Instead of setting controls in a dialog box, simply drag an icon to create graphical cutting planes in the floor plan, Section or 3D window, then drag/rotate/move these planes into place to define...

ArchiCAD 17 - New Feature: Building Material

Thursday, May 30, 2013

The new “Building Material” attribute, which combines cut fill, surface material, priority, physical properties and pens, is defined globally, then applied to any construction element, simplifying the user interface and allowing the same cut fill to be used consistently throughout the model. At the...

ArchiCAD 17 - New Feature: Anchor Door/Window Reveal to Wall Core

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Anchor the Door/Window reveal to either the Wall face or the Wall core. For example, you anchor a window to a composite Wall’s core. If you later make changes in the composite structure (e.g. thicker insulation), the reveal depth is automatically adjusted to maintain the window’s distance relative...

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