Do you mean - scale sensitivity in GDL objets - like zones and labels?
If yes, then it's a problem of Imperial ArchiCAD Library (USA?). I don't know who is suppose to deal with that - is it responsibility of Graphisoft USA, or adaptations by countries are all done in Hungary...
But there is also possibility to fix these GDL objects, as GDL scripting is not so complicated. Maybe local distributors can help with this issue - I mean to re-write needed GDL objects?
The easiest fix for my current issue would be to find if there is a setting for 'closest matching ratio' or whatever the correct language is. Having the 1:64 ratio match to Archicad's 1:50 in this case.
Ling - yes that sounds right. I have reached out for help but not a lot of support on this side.
I have two images attached. They are at different imperial scales, but for example the zone stamp location is the same for each. Text will react to the scale difference, but gdl objects set at the archicad scales of 1:50, 1:100, etc will not.
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This problem is possible to fix in GDL and it's not really complicated.
I mean - I can do it and I need for that maximum a day.
What I don't understand - why Graphisoft USA do not do that? USA is a big market for ArchiCAD, they must have headquarter there and responsible people, who is fixing USA library.
So, you have two options: 1. Ask me to fix it and tell me, which objects are problematic.
2. Push local distributors to contact headquarter and ask them to fix this problem. Local distributors sometimes just selling ArchiCAD and are not involved into such global things as errors fixing. But it's direct responsibility of Graphisoft USA.