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  1. Hi everyone, I noticed that the getlocation within a space name or space number works perfectly for any record that needs to be called out thats within a space. VW did a great first to show the space location for symbols located in a space....However, locating objects in space is half the battle until you need to calculate allowable wattage per room, or allowable illuminance, circuitry, or any information within a particular space entity. I noticed tags like =Getifcproperty() or =GetCOBieProperty(), but i don't know how to define them to call out areas. If it doesn't exist, would it be possible to include it in future generations of VW? Also, is it possible to do the same with basic geometry? i.e. getobjname, getobjproperty, etc.... ? Below is an example worksheet where i would need to show the location and area of the location. The location column uses=GETSPACENAMEFOROBJ, the next column would ideally show area - then i can say whether or not that space is in compliance for wattage allowance based on the energy code.
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