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Modify Wall Reference Line

Use the commands of the Reference Line and Plane hierarchical menu to modify the Reference Line position and the direction of selected Walls. By default, this menu is at: Edit > Reference Line and Plane. This command moves the reference line without changing the Walls’ position on the ...

Activate Reference

The Activate Reference command is available from View > Trace Options, and from the list of Trace Reference commands (from the Standard Toolbar or the context menu of an ARCHICAD window.)   Activate Reference will change the active window to the Viewpoint that is currently ...

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 ...

Modify Wall Reference Line

Use the commands of the Reference Line and Plane hierarchical menu to modify the Reference Line position and the direction of selected Walls. By default, this menu is at: Edit > Reference Line and Plane. This command moves the reference line without changing the Walls’ position on the ...

Activate Reference

The Activate Reference command is available from View > Trace Options, and from the list of Trace Reference commands (from the Standard Toolbar or the context menu of an ARCHICAD window.)   Activate Reference will change the active window to the Viewpoint that is currently ...

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 ...

Compare Reference with Active

ARCHICAD provides several functions to help you identify and understand differences between the Reference and the Active content, especially when ...

Activate Reference

The Activate Reference command is available from View > Trace Options, and from the list of Trace Reference commands (from the Standard ...