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Dimensioning Graphical Inserts

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11-21-2013 05:06 AM

I have had to create a 'synthetic' piece of demolished wall opening because the wall segments I have used in the model, that represent the demolished parts that create a splayed wall opening,cannot be marked as demolished, since the 'Phase Created' and 'Phase Demolished' parameters do not appear in the properties to be edited, see image 1 below;

 

 Measure Filled Regions 1.png

 

Image 1 , Properties not showing 'Phase Demolished'

 

This has created an issue in the 'to be demolished' drawing since I need to dimension the opening that is necessary to be made in the wall.  I have used a 'filled region' to create the 'synthetic' piece of demolished wall and whilst I can dimension the opening width where it is perpendicular to the wall face and I can add the angle of the splay, I cannot dimension the full splayed width! See second image below:

 

Measure Filled Regions 2.png 

 

Image 2 - 'Synthetic' Demolished area which can't be dimensioned fully 

 

Thoughts would be welcome, thanks

Andrew Robertson
Chartered Architect
Robertson Partnership
Truro. UK

Place the mouse over the end point of the line and TAB until the point is highlighted , then click to select . Then place the mouse over the second point , repeat the operation ... the dimension will be placed parallel with the segment you want...Image 19.png

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Re: Dimensioning Graphical Inserts

11-21-2013 05:49 AM in reply to: IMCornish

Place the mouse over the end point of the line and TAB until the point is highlighted , then click to select . Then place the mouse over the second point , repeat the operation ... the dimension will be placed parallel with the segment you want...Image 19.png

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Re: Dimensioning Graphical Inserts

11-21-2013 07:13 AM in reply to: constantin.stroescu
Thanks, simple really. I think it worth saying that it has to be a 'linear' dimension, doesn't it?
Andrew Robertson
Chartered Architect
Robertson Partnership
Truro. UK
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