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*Eric Stewart
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Area Plans and Phasing

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02-02-2004 06:31 AM
**Crosspost on ZoogDesign** Two subjects I don't do much of. Area Plans and Phasing. I need 3 area plans. Each in one of 3 phases. I now have 2 area plans created. I have my 3 phases created. My area boundaries do not seem to be affected by phases though. I am doing something wrong? Any pointers? So I set up my Floor Plan phase filter to "Show All" I created my Area Plans. The boundary lines are model lines so they appear identical in all area plans. My area tags do not have a parameter for phase. Anything else? -- Heterosexual does NOT mean homophobic White does NOT mean racist Male does NOT mean sexist To reply directly to me use DEODORANT
*Eric Stewart
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Re: Area Plans and Phasing

02-02-2004 06:51 AM in reply to: *Eric Stewart
GOT IT!! Had to create different Area Schemes for each phase. Thanks Chris @ AutoDesk. "Eric Stewart" wrote in message news:401e5eb5_3@newsprd01... > **Crosspost on ZoogDesign** > > Two subjects I don't do much of. Area Plans and Phasing. I need 3 area > plans. Each in one of 3 phases. I now have 2 area plans created. I have my 3 > phases created. My area boundaries do not seem to be affected by phases > though. I am doing something wrong? Any pointers? > > So I set up my Floor Plan phase filter to "Show All" I created my Area > Plans. The boundary lines are model lines so they appear identical in all > area plans. My area tags do not have a parameter for phase. > > Anything else? > > -- > Heterosexual does NOT mean homophobic > White does NOT mean racist > Male does NOT mean sexist > > To reply directly to me use DEODORANT > >

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