January – June 2011
Coaching Call – April 19, 2011

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 ArchiCAD Training Session Notes

Signing Into The Course Website   0:04:00
News: Video Transcripts & Audio Versions Now Available   0:04:51
How To Create A Barrel Vault Roof   0:12:50
  Using The Magic Wand Settings 0:21:28
  Grouping 0:30:00
  How to Trim a Roof Using The Split Tool 0:32:28
  Using the Solid Element Operation Command To Trim Walls To A Roof 0:34:06
  More On The Split Command 0:36:57
Splitting the Roof Using The Split Tool & An Arc   0:47:04
  Magic Wand Settings 0:54:09
Using the Curved Wall Cutting Element & Solid Element Operations To Trim The Side Of A Wall   0:57:27
Printing Out Layer Settings for Study
(Check Out The Layer Combination Table in the Master Template)
Troubleshooting: Why Windows Would Show Up In 3D View, But Not In Plan View   1:13:36
Roof Elevation   1:22:34
Working With Sections; Story Height Markers & Managing When Stories Are Viewable (Including Dummy Stories) & Use of The Worksheet   1:25:03
Cadimage Products: Worth Purchasing?    
Exporting & Importing Schedules   1:30:38

ArchiCAD Training – Coaching Call – April 19, 2011

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  1. RJDial
    13 years ago

    As a longtime Cadimage user (back to the Theometric days), the one downside is that everytime you upgrade ArchiCad, you also have to buy the Cadimage upgrades. If you are on an ArchiPlus subscription, that can get very expensive! Also, there is little support for older versions of the tools; bug fixes are usually only applied to the current version, and documentation for older versions is non existent. As with AC14, we are going cold turkey w/o CI…

    • Eric
      13 years ago

      RJ –

      As with anything in life, if you want to get the benefit from something you purchase you need to maintain it. Cadimage upgrades cost 25% of the original fee, so if you spend $1000 on their products you would need to budget $250 for the upgrades each year.

      I think their documentation and support has gradually gotten better over the years.