When creating a purlin, you can switch in the master data record for the "Purlin - rafter" processing from the standard processing "Mark bird's mouth" to "Mark clipping".
With a click on the F7 settings in the icon bar, you can switch between different pre-defined settings.
That's possible: Make sure the option "Representation without displaying posts" is active in the F7 settings.
Mark the string in question and go to component view.
By clicking into the empty space right above the icon bar you can open a context menu with the right mouse button. Under "Adapt" ► "Standard" you can reset the original status of the icon bar of the SEMA program.
In the drawing manager, several ground plans can be created for one building project.
Thus you can, for example, create a ground plan with a normal saddle roof. If your customer also wants to see a version with a transverse building or a dormer, you can copy the first ground plan (i.e. the one with the saddle roof).
If you move the mouse over the intersection area and at the same time press the shift key, you can snap the axes of components.
With the shift key you can snap "imaginary" edges of components and you can do this across storeys.
With the help of a CAD line and the multiple copy option (Alt+1). The CAD line is copied around the centre of the circle.
Yes, there is. With the integrated auxiliary magnifier you can enlarge specific areas very quickly. By pressing the left mouse-button and at the same time the CTRL key, the auxiliary magnifier becomes available. The enlarged area can then be further scaled up or down if needed with the + or - key while also holding down the CTRL key. Thus you can still have the overall picture and take a look or snap some detail.
Yes, with point snapping, parts of lines or components can also be snapped. First, the required number has to be entered, e.g. 3, so that 1/3 or 2/3 of the component length can be snapped. Analogue to that, when entering 5, 1/5, 2/5, 3/5 or 4/5 of the component length can be snapped.