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steved8
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Inserting doors offset and / or centered

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02-08-2012 09:11 PM

I've just upgraded to ACA 2012.  I can see how to insert a door in either an offset "or" centered position, but not both.   In my previous version, the position could be set to "center / offset" which was an "and / or" option depending on the cursor location.  Is this option available in ACA 2012?

No, this changed in ACA 2011, as part of an expansion of the options when inserting a opening (Door, Window, Door/Window Assembly, Opening).  If you are interested in more details, I wrote a series of blog articles on the change.  Here is a link to the first article; there are links to the next article at the end of all but the last article.

http://architects-desktop.blogspot.com/2010/10/aca-2011-opening-location-changes-part.html

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David_W._Koch
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Re: Inserting doors offset and / or centered

02-09-2012 04:52 AM in reply to: steved8

No, this changed in ACA 2011, as part of an expansion of the options when inserting a opening (Door, Window, Door/Window Assembly, Opening).  If you are interested in more details, I wrote a series of blog articles on the change.  Here is a link to the first article; there are links to the next article at the end of all but the last article.

http://architects-desktop.blogspot.com/2010/10/aca-2011-opening-location-changes-part.html

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Re: Inserting doors offset and / or centered

02-09-2012 09:13 PM in reply to: steved8

David,

 

Thanks for the reply and link to your article. Bummer that function is no longer, but at least now I know to stop looking for it.

 

Cheers,

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