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Remove colors from window/door schedules

Anonymous
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How does one remove the material "colour" from doors and windows in the Interactive schedule?
and
how does the same one change the site and format of the door number?

It must be simple I'm sure but I have spent much time looking.
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Laszlo Nagy
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Whether the 3D Front Views of Doors/Windows in a Schedule appear shaded or not is controlled by the Override Fill Background Color checkbox in the Model View Option Combinations Dialog.

Can you show me an image of what you mean by that Door number question?
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Anonymous
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Thanks Laszlo,
How easy was that.
I should have read what I was reading NOT what I thought I was reading!!
I was checking 'OVERRIDE COVER FILLS'

I have moved the ID property to the bottom of schedule (in column form) and want to increase the text height of the ID (WD01 etc) not all the text of the schedule

Laszlo Nagy
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dgrubb wrote:
I have moved the ID property to the bottom of schedule (in column form) and want to increase the text height of the ID (WD01 etc) not all the text of the schedule
Unfortunately, that is not possible because one field controls the format of all value fields.
The Header, Total and Grand Total field can be formatted separately, but all fields containing values has the same format.
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Anonymous
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Many thanks again Laszlo for the answer eventhough it is not what I wanted but suspected.
Hopefully the Graphisoft code cutters are monitoring these forums
regards
Dennis

Barry Kelly
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laszlonagy wrote:
Whether the 3D Front Views of Doors/Windows in a Schedule appear shaded or not is controlled by the Override Fill Background Color checkbox in the Model View Option Combinations Dialog.

Can you show me an image of what you mean by that Door number question?
I'd just gotten used to it being the "Override cut fills" in version 13.
That's what I was told to use and it worked.
I know see the "Override fill background colour" also worked.
The cut fills doesn't work at all now in 14 - just the backgroun colour.
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Laszlo Nagy
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I see what you mean.
Yes, in AC13, both Override Fill Background Color and Override Cut Fills had an effect, with the former taking precedence.

In AC14, both Override Fill Background Color and Override Cover Fills have an effect, with the former taking precedence.
Which makes more sense to me because a Cover Fill setting applies more to a 3D Front View where there are no cut parts than the Cut Fill setting does.
Maybe they "optimized" it in AC14.
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