Most of the advice about sections and elevations applies to interior elevations as well. We do interior elevations because the larger scale lets us show more information. Some of this information is already in the model and the scale change reveals it. Some of it is fine modeling that doesn't need to be done until you start the interiors.
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What shows: Walls, stairs, counters, decks, appliances and mechanical equipment, and all electrical symbols.
Electrigon is a free set of symbols for electrical fixtures with the ability to calculate electrical requirements for a project. The new version brings some more geometry options and improved calculations. Yes, such functionality should ship with Archicad. We do what we can.
Location: 16 Electrical/Elec Symbols. Replaces 'SwitchMulti JAM8'. Improvements: Bigger 'S'. Any switch can be shown as a dimmer. The extent of the switch plate is shown as a line at the base. This line can be stretched to add or subtract switches. The limit is 6. Probably enough? It retains the optional 3D. It should be placed on the layer
E Fixt2 Wall & Floor fixtures, switches, receptacles; symbol only. Shows in Electrical Plan. E Fixt3 Wall & Floor fixtures, switches, receptacles; modeled, display with symbols. Shows in Electrical Plan, A5 Interior Elevations, View Interior. E Fixt Clg2 Ceiling fixtures, symbol only. Shows in Electrical Plan, Reflected Ceiling Plan. E Fixt Clg3 Ceiling fixtures, modeled, display with symbols. Shows in