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Milos_Vajdic
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(2013) Stair Tread/Riser Number annotation problems

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05-03-2012 09:54 PM

HI guys,

First of all I love this new annotation but Tag Type parameter seems to be broken.

It always shows number of risers not treads (changing Tag Type does nothing)

Landing is never counted.

 

And there is no way of changing default values for text size which shows up as 1.1906mm.

 

Any help is greatly appreciated.

 

Thanks,

Milos

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Re: (2013) Stair Tread/Riser Number annotation problems

05-04-2012 07:52 AM in reply to: Milos_Vajdic

Seems to be working as expected.

 

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Re: (2013) Stair Tread/Riser Number annotation problems

05-06-2012 06:36 PM in reply to: Alfredo_Medina
Hmmm... That is interesting. This is what I get (see attached) when I use office template stairs. If I use stairs from 2013 template all is well. hmmm... must be something wrong with my stairs or with stairs being upgraded from 2012?
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Re: (2013) Stair Tread/Riser Number annotation problems

05-06-2012 10:00 PM in reply to: Milos_Vajdic

you didn't mentioned that you have upgraded the stairs from 2012 to 2013.

 

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Re: (2013) Stair Tread/Riser Number annotation problems

05-06-2012 10:12 PM in reply to: parveen.revit

I didn't think it was a problem. In any case I figured our my problem.

What was happening is that in instance options "end with riser" was unchecked therefore creating an extra tread, which leveled with the floor.

 

Since this is an instance setting now (changing riser or tread finish)

During creating stairs stage select "runs" subcategory and select proper settings. That will ensure that this specific stair types will follow modified settings.

 

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