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• ArchiCAD 15


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Guide Lines

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.

Guide Line Improvements

Tips to work with Guide Lines


Turn Guide Lines On or Off
• Use the toggle button in the Standard toolbar
• Use the Q key as a shortcut (toggle Guide Lines on and off)
• Use the View > Guide Lines toggle command


Guide Lines Options
Click the pop-up menu to access Guide Line options.
• Create Guide Line Segment
• Remove All Guide Lines
• Main-direction Guide Lines
• Relative-direction Guide Lines
• Incremental Angles


Use shortcuts
Shortcuts can ease and fasten your work with Guide Lines.
“Force Guide Line Display” is a keyboard shortcut that makes using Guide Lines even smoother. The predefined Shortcut for this command is the ‘ key, but may vary depending on your localized version of ArchiCAD and also can be set to custom in Options/Work Environment > Keyboard Shortcuts. Read more about Force Guide Line Display Shortcut.

Click this shortcut:
• to make multi-choice Guide Lines appear during element input, when your cursor rests on any point, without having to press the mouse button
• to create or activate a Guide Line along an edge, without having to click the Guide Line handle
• with your cursor over a Guide Line handle (the orange dot), to grab the Guide Line and move it, without having to click the Guide Line handle


Constrain Cursor to Guide Lines
To constrain the cursor to the nearest Guide Line, press Shift during input.
Note: This works if the Instant Guide Lines box and/or Lasting Guide Lines box is checked in Options > Work Environment > Mouse Constraints and Methods. (They are checked by default).


Place an Orthogonal Guide Line using Ruler
At any time, click on the Ruler at the top or left edge of the screen, and then drag your cursor to anywhere in the window: a Guide Line parallel to the Ruler is created.


Guide Line Angles and Colors
Use Guide Lines Settings in the Work Environment to define your preferred angle increments and to set default Guide Line colors: go to Options > Work Environment > Guide Lines.


The videos are extracted from ArchiCAD 15 New Features Tutorial.

See how Guide Lines are displayed in 3D, in addition to 2D; Guide Lines basics

• How to create Guide Lines or Guide Circle
Move the cursor over any element edge. To the left of the cursor the Guide Line handle (the orange dot) appears. Click this handle to create Guide Line which will be displayed in bold.

• Guide Line Settings: Angles and Colors
Use Guide Lines Settings in the Work Environment to define your preferred angle increments and to set default Guide Line colors: go to Options > Work Environment > Guide Lines.

See how ArchiCAD provides instant guide lines at certain angles and directions to help element creation and editing; Further Guide Line options

• Instant Guide Lines
Begin your input and see the Guide Lines appear. (These are called “Instant” Guide Lines.)

• Relative direction Guide Lines
During input, certain Guide Lines will pop up which are relative to the active Guide Line.

• Incremental Angles
Activate this to have Guide Lines appear at the increments defined in Guide Line Settings.

• Guide Lines from an element node
Move the cursor over the node, keep the mouse button hold down and start to move the cursor around to find the possible Guide Lines and release the mouse button to create the needed Guide Line

• Turn On/Off Guide Line display from the standard Toolbar

Learn how Guide Lines can be activated, moved, offset and deleted freely; Basic functions

• Activate
Move the cursor to the Guide Line and click on its handle (the orange dot). The activated Guide Line will be displayed in bold.

• Move
Click the Guide Lines handle (the orange dot) and hold down the mouse button to drag in space

• Copy
Move + press the Ctrl or Alt (on Mac) key to drag the copy of the Guide Line to a new position

• Offset
Start to drag the Guide Line by its handle and type the offset value in the Tracker. By pressing the Ctrl or Cmd key while offsetting, a copy of the Guide Line will be offset.

• Delete Guide Lines one by one
Move the cursor on the Guide Line handle and press the Esc key.

Learn how advanced visual feedback features help when working with Guide Lines.

• Main direction display with yellow highlight at X, Y axes

• Marked Relative Guide Lines (Paralell or Perpendicular directions to the active Guide Line)

• Angle value display

• Angle Bisector Guide Line if creating element from the intersection point of two existing Guide Lines

• Tangent Guide Lines

• Guide Line projection in the space and its intersection with Editing Plane

Learn how to create a Guide Line Segment between any two nodes in space.

• Between any two nodes in 3D with "Create Guide Line Segment" command

• If we are creating or editing an element, other elements' node can be found with the cursor. Click and hold down the mouse button and drag your cursor to other element node on the Editing Plane

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