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Line Tool Settings

Lines are the simplest drafting element in ARCHICAD.   For general information on using lines, see Lines. For a description of generic settings common to all tools in the Toolbox, see Working in Tool Settings Dialog Boxes. The Uniform Settings for Line Tools checkbox allows you ...
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Line Tool Settings

Lines are the simplest drafting element in ARCHICAD.   For general information on using lines, see Lines. For a description of generic ...

Winder Types for Equal-Going Winders

Equal Goings means that all goings in the Stair are equal, both on the straight and the winding steps. In Stair Settings-Geometry and Positioning Panel: Choose one of four types of Equal-Going Winders from the pop-up: Single Point, Two Points, Principal Lines, and Auxiliary Walking Line. ...

Create Roof Level Lines

Use this command (Design > Roof Extras > Create Roof Level Lines) to place a Line on a selected Roof at the height value you specify. After you place the Roof Level Line, you can place a Level Dimension there to indicate the elevation. Note: Roof Level Lines can be placed on ...

Guide Lines

Guide Lines (and Guide Circles) are drafting aids which help you find special points and projections, to ensure precise input in both 2D and 3D windows. Unlike Snap Guides, Guide Lines are explicitly placed by you. They are always “permanent”, that is, they remain in place until ...

Tips to work with Guide Lines

[no_toc] Guide Lines are drafting aids which help you find special points and projections, to ensure precise input in both 2D and 3D windows. Guide Lines are based on the cursor’s relationship to the input plane and to existing elements. 1. - Show/Hide…

Mouse Constraints

ARCHICAD’s Mouse Constraints are editing aids that can be used as an alternative to Snap Guides and Guide Lines. See Snap Guides and Guide Lines. The angle pairs they define can be used to lock the cursor at a particular drawing angle, by pressing Shift during input. The ...