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CI Shortcut With Your Annual Select Agreement in Australia

News Gareth Morgan 6 April 2021

CI Shortcut With Your Annual Select Agreement in Australia

Ci Tools with Your Select Agreement

Unleash Archicad!

Here at Central Innovation, we like to say that our mission is to enable you, our customers, to get the most out of the technology you use.

To put it another way – we want to help you Unleash Archicad!

To that end, we are very pleased to announce today, Australian Archicad Annual Select Subscribers will have access to a new tool as part of your Annual Select Agreement with Archicad 24.


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Shortcut Tool

Ci Shortcut is a speed-boosting tool to help you find and zoom to the plan view representation of any model elements you select in 3D or Section/Elevation – in one click.

This is useful for when you are exploring your model in 3D and Sections/Elevations to check it. Once you find an element that needs further investigation, just select it and use the Shortcut to jump right to it in your Floorplan view.


Floorplan view

Existing Ci Tool Users?

Open the Ci Tools Installer and find the tools to install under My Tools.

New to Ci Tools?

If you don’t have the Ci Tools Installer download it from MyCi

Archicad Select customers in Australia and New Zealand, have access to a range of Ci Tools to help with their workflows.


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Ci Tools, Tips, Webinars, and More

MyCi is Central Innovation’s exclusive customer portal, available for Select Agreement Customers. 

Content is added regularly so make sure to keep visiting weekly to stay up to date with our exclusive content, latest webinars, tips, and videos covering Archicad, BIMcloud, Ci Tools, Working from Home, and more…

MyCi is the difference to help you get the most out of Archicad and Ci Tools.

Installing the Ci Tools

You can get started right away by grabbing the Tools Installer from MyCi – we’ve made some short videos to help get you up and running. It only takes a couple of minutes.

Installing the Ci Tools Tutorial




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