Supported Mac trackpad gestures
The Mac version of BIMcollab ZOOM supports the following gestures for smooth navigation in orbit-mode:
- Pinch for zoom in and zoom out
- Two-finger rotate to orbit the model around the mouse position
- Shift + two-finger rotate to orbit the model vertically
- Two-finger panning or zooming depending on the settings.
Go to BIMcollab ZOOM > Preferences > Navigation
- When the option 'Zoom first on touchpad-scroll' is activated, you will zoom when using a two-finger scroll. Hold Shift to pan while using a two-finger scroll.
- When the option is not activated, you will pan when using a two-finger scroll. Hold Shift to zoom.
This setting also works for the Magic Mouse so that it is easier to zoom. The behavior of the scroll wheel on other mice will not be affected by this setting.
BIMcollab ZOOM and ARM Mac
In June 2020, Apple announced the transition of CPUs in Macintosh computers from Intel to Apple-designed chips that use the ARM architecture. Is BIMcollab ZOOM compatible with Macs with ARM chipset? Yes, BIMcollab ZOOM 4.2 and later versions are ...
Can I use ZOOM on a Windows touch screen device?
Yes you can. Gestures like two finger pan, pinch to zoom and selecting are supported.
File types supported by BIMcollab ZOOM
BIMcollab ZOOM supports IFC models (.IFC, .IFCZIP) Point Clouds (.E57, .XYZ, .TXT, .PTS) Should you experience any problems opening or visualizing any files then please contact our support team at email@example.com.
Properties in the Summary tab
The Summary tab displays a comprehensive list of properties related to the selected element. A list of supported properties, including original IFC attribute names, can be found in the component properties window. Some of the more expert properties ...
Why can’t others read the BCF files I create with BIMcollab ZOOM?
All products in the BIMcollab ecosystem, including BIMcollab ZOOM, support reading and writing BCF files in the 1.0, 2.0 and 2.1 formats. When exporting issues to BCF, please make sure that you select a version which is supported by the receiving ...