Chief Architect makes it easy to change materials using an item's specification dialog or the Material Painter.
Video No. 36
The Color Chooser allows you to select a color from a picture on your computer and use it in your plan.
Video No. 37
There are six Edit Behavior modes that determine how edit handles affect an object, and may also affect how objects are drawn.
Video No. 301
The Multiple Copy edit button makes it easy to create regularly spaced or concentric copies of any object or group of objects.
Video No. 302
Many objects can be placed, edited and copied in Chief Architect 3D views.
Video No. 906
Use the adjust material definition dialog to adjust patterns and textures of materials in your plan.
Video No. 908
You can add stretch zones and stretch planes to symbol based objects to allow for correct resizing of the symbol.
Video No. 925
Learn how to put custom paintings on the walls of your plan.
Video No. 1561
Chief Architect allows you to create your own textures and use them on objects in your plan.
Video No. 1562
Select one object and transfer properties from it to another object
Video No. 5307
Choose from either LIbrary Materials or existing Plan Materials when using the Material Painter
Video No. 5308
A look at using your mouse to select, edit, move and place objects as well as navigate in your plan and 3D views.
Video No. 5402
Snaps are essential to working with CAD and Architectural tools.
Video No. 5408
There are 6 major edit behaviors you can use to quickly edit objects in different manners.
Video No. 5413
Change wood or tile direction, blend colors, and set material properties and preview materials in raytrace
Video No. 10119
You can create custom colors and materials using your own images or images from manufacturer websites.
Video No. 38
Modify and change material assignments to all types of objects in a 3D camera view.
Video No. 5438
The material painter allows you to change materials on a single component, whole objects and even entire rooms and floors.
Video No. 5439