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  1. @Markvl When you ran the default schedule how did you prevent it from giving multiple entries for the same wall type, which is what i get..
  2. @Pat Stanford Resolved with help of your other post >
  3. Made sense but didn't know where to find these, for benefit of others... In your window/door schedule, right click on the row with the column headers. Then (as screenshot) you'll be given option to set/edit criteria this then brings up the option to choose which layers the schedule is generated from
  4. @Pat Stanford How do i edit the database criteria? Im on 2016 and don't see this option using the default window schedule option from the tools menu
  5. How do i edit the database criteria? Im on 2016 and don't see this option using the default window schedule option from the tools menu
  6. I can get part way clipping the wall to the stair but this only works in part as top flight in picture. I'm still struggling on the lower flight i could use the wall and clip it to a roof slope but that seems somewhat protracted method.
  7. Part 1 - How might i go about getting a string to follow the riser profile as the below? I think with custom stair i could set the stringer to a class that is invisible or i turn off Part 2 - Could i get a solid guard rail to follow the riser profile at its base?
  8. Did you find an answer to this? I have the same query
  9. @Jan-Burger TROOST Thanks Jan, I understand the benefits of a presentation layer but was hoping to take this one step further with the files split. The model is already quite large and complex so my concern was that adding cameras and additional content would make the file slower with greater risk of corruption.
  10. @Jan-Burger TROOST how can i select a camera from a referenced file?
  11. I have a model file in which the 3D model exists and i've added some renderworks cameras for the views i want. My normal work flow for 2D drawings is to have a separate print file which references the model. Can i get a comparable work flow for renderworks through either; Adding the renderworks cameras in the model file to viewport in a print file - i can't see how to do this Add new renderworks cameras to a print file that references the model - have attempted but nothing shows
  12. @grant_PD on the default all three are set to 0 and this works but in my example it caused an overlap, do you know why that is?
  13. Thank you, for anyone else coming to this the three options below control the spacing of the lines of text
  14. As the below when i insert a drawing label the two lines of text overlap, i don't get this in a new file but don't really want to have to redo all the sheets and viewports i have and can't seem to find how to control where the text lines are positioned. Have also provided screen grab of the label settings
  15. Thank you, that works. Although i realise that as I'm referencing the model into a print file the section method is quite handy for naming drawings and managing that process

 

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