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Tips to Import DWG Files as Trace Reference

Sometimes we get reference files such as site plans, drafting aids, plans from co-workers in DWG format that we should not modify. To display two different views concurrently in any ArchiCAD model or layout window, we can use the Trace Reference feature…

Rebuild Trace Reference

Use the Rebuild command (available from the Trace & Reference Palette or among the Trace Reference commands) to rebuild the Reference to reflect any changes in the source view.   In some cases, the Reference will be rebuilt automatically as a result of certain other user ...
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Rebuild Trace Reference

Use the Rebuild command (available from the Trace & Reference Palette or among the Trace Reference commands) to rebuild the Reference to ...

Move/Rotate/Reset Reference

These three command icons are available from the Trace & Reference palette:   From left: •Move: Click drag the Reference to another location. •Rotate: Click to rotate the Reference. •Reset: Use this icon if you want to reset the Reference to its ...

Move/Rotate/Reset Reference

These three command icons are available from the Trace & Reference palette:   From left: •Move: Click drag the Reference to another location. •Rotate: Click to rotate the Reference. •Reset: Use this icon if you want to reset the Reference to its ...

Compare Reference with Active

ARCHICAD provides several functions to help you identify and understand differences between the Reference and the Active content, especially when the Reference is on top of the Active content, or vice versa, and you need additional help to see the differences clearly. The best way to compare the ...

Compare Reference with Active

ARCHICAD provides several functions to help you identify and understand differences between the Reference and the Active content, especially when the Reference is on top of the Active content, or vice versa, and you need additional help to see the differences clearly. The best way to compare the ...

Slab Reference Plane

Each Slab has a reference plane which plays a role in intersections with other elements. The ability to flexibly assign a Slab reference plane helps you to align intersections easier and to control the changes that result if you alter the Slab structure. If you redefine an existing ...