The following is a description of the Model Attributes tab page (in the “Door Opening” or “Window Opening” section) of the Custom Settings Panel of Door or Window Settings, from the INT ARCHICAD Library.
Use this page to define the opening’s 3D appearance. The available controls depend on the components of the particular opening.
In addition to general attributes, you can set specific surface materials and 3D pens for the door leaf, frame, grid and glass components, and for the handle and handle accessory, if any.
3D Detail Level: Choose either Detailed, Simple or Off. If you choose Off, then the door/window is not displayed at all and is shown as an empty opening.
Note: This setting is also found on the Door (Window) Settings and Opening tab page.
Shadow: Turn on to display a shadow effect for this opening in 3D.
Curve Resolution: Applied to the opening’s curved components when generating their 3D display. (The circle formed out of the curved component will be divided into the given number of segments.) A higher curve resolution can improve the 3D appearance, but increases file size.
Frame Element Joinery: Choose either Mitered or Butt Joint.
Override MVO for 3D Projections: Check this box to override, for this particular opening, the Model View Options for Opening Lines defined at Document > Model View > Model View Options (Opening Lines in 3D Projections).
The Frame and Leaf (Sash) 3D Pen controls affect the parts of the Frame and Leaf/Sash that are displayed