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Allowing scale in sheets schedule

Allowing scale in sheets schedule

I don't understand why i can't list automatic scales in Sheet List, where that option exist in my Titlebox? I need to know if my sheets contains "As indicated" value or just normal Scale and it's impossible to check it in other way than manual check on each sheet.

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mhiserZFHXS
Advisor

I've never understood why this is necessary. A list of view scales means nothing without the views themselves. Just include it in the viewport for each view.

s_brzeskaVW4T2
Participant

In all Teams i was we changed automatic scale when it was "as indicated" to manual scale, because we had different legend scale and layuot scale, od different drafting view scale. If you use office template it's impossible to make same scale everytime on sheet. I work with architecture and interior.

mhiserZFHXS
Advisor

I see what you're saying now. Why not just add the scale to your viewport title, then you don't have to worry about all that?

 

Or if you're dead set on keeping it in the titleblock, create a view list schedule, and include the fields for sheet number and view scale. Sort it by sheet number so views on the same sheet are grouped together. Then you can see which sheets have multiple scales on them.

s_brzeskaVW4T2
Participant

Im doing this, sort of. But this would be so much easier.

mhiserZFHXS
Advisor

How? Its the same process. Its just a view list instead of a sheet list.

s_brzeskaVW4T2
Participant

But i need more information from sheets to compare

mhiserZFHXS
Advisor

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