New to Chief Architect X7 are features such as the Active Layer Display Options side window, a new Object Eyedropper tool, export of high resolution rendered views, and improved wall definition dialog.
A summary overview of the key features added in Chief Architect X7
A brief overview of the major features that have been added to our newest version of Chief Architect
Discover tips for working with Text Lines with Arrow, Leader Lines, Line Styles and Text transparency fills.
Control layer display and properties for all your views with this side window
Cross Section cameras cutting planes can be broken and stepped to suit a specific need
Use the Specifications to change the wall labels that correspond to the matching wall detail.
Right click on your User Catalog for a shortcut to importing new 3D symbols into the library
Learn how to create a schedule of objects located in a single room as well as delete all schedules in plan view at once.
Select one object and transfer properties from it to another object
Choose from either Library Materials or existing Plan Materials when using the Material Painter
Set new electrical object defaults using the Set As Default tool
Fillet or Chamfer all corners at one time or use sticky mode to choose which corners to edit.
Locate more components on cabinets with dimension lines and exclude interior walls when using Auto Exterior dimensions
Specify default settings for both interior and exterior wall types
Add labels to any type of framing item in your plan.
Deck support panel in the room specification allows for more control of your deck framing
Specify pixels per inch and final image sizes, even sizes larger than your screen resolution for exported pictures.
Create multiple framing layers in your walls and stagger or align the framing members on the desired stud spacing layout.
Learn how to adjust lookout on center spacing for lookouts and view truss details in this video.
Control whether soffits against a wall will inherit the rooms moldings.
Quickly add plan view shadow polylines to see how the structure will shade the property on any given day of the year.