Mark-up Styles are project attributes, which can be defined and edited in Options > Attributes > Mark-Up Styles.
Use a Mark-Up Style to define the color of corrections and highlights when you use ARCHICAD’s Mark-Up feature.
If a Mark-up Entry is based on an imported BCF file, the BCF style is replicated as an ARCHICAD Mark-up Style.
Style Panel: This panel lists the currently defined Mark-Up Style names of the Correction Elements. The styles are:
Next to each Mark-Up style name there are two color boxes. The first box displays the pencolor of the Correction Elements, the second displays the pencolor of the Highlighted Elements.
Note: You can only set pencolors for the Correction and Highlighted Elements in the Style Attributes Panel (below).
To create a new Mark-Up style, click the New button and type a name in the appearing dialog box.
To rename the existing Mark-Up style, click the Rename button and type the new name in the text field.
To delete the undesired Mark-Up style, click the Delete button.
Style Attributes Panel: This panel displays the Style Attributes of the Style selected in the list at the top.
Choose separate pencolors for Corrected and Highlighted elements that belong to the selected Mark-Up Style.