More Chief Architect Icons Defined - Designers Show #85designers show Sep 19, 2022
In our last show we ended up spending the entire show discussing "Preferences" in Chief Architect. Turns out we had more to discuss than anticipated.
This week we'll hit the Wheel of Icons again and cover some more functions hidden in the many icons in Chief Architect.
We do have fun with this and it’s a good test of our ability to share some great information with you.
Welcome & Introduction 00:01
Change Line to Arc 04:40
Make Arc Tangent 13:20
Dimension to a Reference Drawing 19:53
The Make Spline Tool 23:30
Using Construction Lines 26:38
Join Line 30:31
Screen Capture 33:55
Clipboard History 40:42
Joint Wall Tool 44:54
Center Tool 46:22
Attic Walls 49:55
Auto Roof Return 57:39
Disconnect Align Tool 1:03:50
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