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mmangold
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Wall Schedule

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11-20-2009 11:28 AM
Hello All,
I am trying to create a partition schedule but the problem is that we show a plan designation in the schedule. I have created a property set and linked the wall style to a block in the property set. But I can not find a way to have it bring in the block for the different wall types. I have used the image block option in property set but you can only have a one block. I was going to just write my own in lisp but I can not figure out how to get the property set information in lisp. Any ideas would be great.

I have attached a image of the way our schedule looks now.

Thanks,
Mike
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The Bannett Group Edited by: mmangold@thebannettgroup.com on Nov 20, 2009 7:28 PM
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David_W._Koch
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Re: Wall Schedule

11-20-2009 04:37 PM in reply to: mmangold
I am not sure what you did so far, but it is possible to have a different graphic image associated with each style of an object type.

Way back when graphic properties were a new feature, I did a quick experiment and managed to get different door styles to show different graphic properties in a Schedule Table.
http://architects-desktop.blogspot.com/2006/03/enhanced-property-data-fea_114297507692451112.html

I am not certain what you mean when you say "I can not find a way to have it bring in the block for the different wall types." Do you not have a separate Wall Style for each type? If you are using a variable-width style, then I do not know of a way to show a different block based on the width of a specific Wall instance.
David Koch
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mmangold
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Re: Wall Schedule

11-23-2009 10:47 AM in reply to: mmangold
David,
Thanks for your help with that link. After looking at that article it helped me out alot and I was able to figure it out.
Thanks,
Mike

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