Overhead doors have a negitive dimension for the frame, since the frame is not in the opening but attached to the wall.
So for a 10'-0" door you get a 10'-0" opening...right?
Unless you are measuring the door from an elevation, then the software adds the frame to the opening.
So now it appears that there is a 10'-4" opening.
If I remove the frame, this works in elevation, but the plan view now haven't any frame.
Not sure what your question or the problem is.
Overhead coiling doors and overhead sectional doors in ACA indicate the size of the door as between the frames or as you mentioned, the wall opening size.
Whilst this is reality not true, the frames (tracks) are mounted to the inside of the wall at the edge of the opening. The door actually extends past the opening size into the tracks.
It is common convention to label the door width of such a door as the opening size.
Looking at it in plan, everything you say is true.
Now take a look in an elevation view and measure the door opening, you get the frame IN the opening.
Look at the Door Elevation jpg.
We had to creat a new "Frame" block for the door in plan, so there isn't a frame showing in elevation.
Just replicated that situation and you're absolutely correct. In elevation and isometric the opening now appears as 10'-4" with the frame inside the opening.
Wazzup with that Autodesk ??
With the OOTB overhead door from the palette, which has the frame as -2, I cannot replicate your problem. Both the plan, model and elevations all show correctly. I get the results shown in your attachment only by changing the frame to a positive 2. I'm using 2012.
Change the Property Dimensions to Measure to Inside of frame, and both the elevation and plan views will show the same dimensions. It appears to be the result of using a door that has a Profile versus one that uses a pre-defined shape.