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At Rill Architects we run ArchiCAD on Mac OS X. If you work at Rill, this is your stuff. If you don't, but you work in ArchiCAD, you may find something interesting. Anybody else, I don't know.
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First, to review: The New Construction renovation filter has these settings: Existing: Override Demolished: Hide New: Show In plan, new walls are gray and existing walls are white. Demolished elements are hidden. When you demolish an opening in an existing wall, the opening disappears and is replaced by a piece of wall whose status is new. I think this behavior
We reviewed some things that people were a little sketchy on. Which libraries should you use • The current version's Archicad Library, which is located in the Applications folder, at Graphisoft/Archicad [n]. When you migrate a project to a newer version, you might also pick up an Archicad [n-1] Migration Library. • The current version's Rill Library, which is located
Typically we try to get the existing conditions completed before starting demolition and new construction. It's good practice to save a copy of the PLN at this stage, along with a PDF of the existing plans. But in principle, we should be able to get existing plans out of the project at any stage, and there might be projects
Renovation is a feature set to control the display of existing, new, and demolished elements in the workflow of addition and renovation projects. It began in Archicad 15. This feature means we no longer have three of each layer in addition projects. In the Renovation workflow, there are three kinds of elements: Existing Elements, Elements to be Demolished, and New
This is obsolete as of Archicad 15. From that version onward, renovation is the way. Read this instead. What happens when the existing model and drawings are done. The basic idea is to keep the existing conditions, both the PLN and the layout book, tucked away safely. It is theoretically possible to get existing drawings out of the addition project,
Intersection group number is an AC8 feature that controls which layers clean up to each other. If the numbers match, they do, if not, they don't.
A thorough going over for the existing/addition template complex, which really needed it. Let me know what you think, since I don't work on additions much.