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Scaling problem in ASD

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11-01-2012 07:14 AM

Hi Guys can someone help me

I have a problem when Generating a Drawing this means when I am going to Select Template I have only limited choice shown below

General arrangement - front view 1:50

General arrangement - side view 1:50

General arrangement - top view 1:50

Group 1:20

Group arbitrary isometry 1:50

Group isometry NE 1:50

Group isometry NW 1:50

Group isometry SE 1:50

Group isometry  SW 1:50

template

 

My question is how to add another scaling options for example 1:10; 1:5 etc..

 

Thx

 

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Re: Scaling problem in ASD

12-04-2012 09:31 PM in reply to: mistergust

Pretty easy fix, you've got 2-ish choices.  

 

The first, and the easiest, is to go ahead and generate with any of the scales shown, then rescale after view creation.

 

The second, is to goto your templates section, and either modify one of the existing, right click/copy one, or just create new.

 

Creating new templates is easy, but not all that well documented.  Just remember, right click is your friend.

 

KP

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Re: Scaling problem in ASD

12-06-2012 02:24 AM in reply to: kylepope

kylepope wrote:

 

 

The second, is to goto your templates section, and either modify one of the existing, right click/copy one, or just create new.

 

Creating new templates is easy, but not all that well documented.  Just remember, right click is your friend.

 

 


Here are 2 movies I've created for the same problem:

 

http://www.screencast.com/users/lucis29/folders/Default/media/708f1d4f-f4f8-4b9e-81cf-c9132eb812d8

 

and

 

http://www.screencast.com/users/lucis29/folders/Revit%20forum/media/63e94abc-2307-43f4-8a8c-7413d339...

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