With the detail tool and a well-developed model, trim details can be developed pretty quickly. The oddball is rakes, since there's no way to cut a non-plumb section. You need to take extra steps to correct the distortion arising from cutting through sloped elements. A conventional resize won't work, because you can't restrict it to one axis. The trick is
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Which you need to do from time to time, for several purposes.
OK I should have done the foundation stuff in the meeting today because it would have given me the opportunity to demonstrate polygon editing for walls, lines, etc.
I assume you've fully internalized the regular perspective. From the ArchiCAD bar stunts file, you can also do this: I don't know why, but I like it.
What it does: • Limits the area for a Find & Select. • Limits the area for a Select All, or a tool-specific Select All. • Limits the model displayed in the 3D window. • Marquee-stretches. Elements wholly within are dragged, elements partly within are stretched. Groups off! • Limits the elements to save as a module. With heavy marquee,