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Room by Room Furniture Schedule

Anonymous
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I'm having trouble w/ creating a room by room furniture schedule. Some zones are being picked up and some are not. Can't seem to find a reason behind this. I've grabbed the parameters of the zones that are working and tried to apply to the zones that weren't. They'd update but once I closed the schedule and reopened the zones would be missing once again. If anyone has figured out a way to successfully create a room by room furniture schedule I'd greatly appreciate the help.
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Erika Epstein
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Could you post a screenshot of your floor plan with the zones showing?
Are any of the zones overlapping?
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Karl Ottenstein
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This is actually one of the simplest, reliable schedules to generate. So, there must be an issue with the zone placement, as Erika suggests. Try turning on just your zones and viewing them in 3D to see if there are overlaps, or if some are sitting above the furniture, etc.

Cheers,
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Erika Epstein
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Karl wrote:
or if some are sitting above the furniture, etc.
Cheers,
Karl
and per Karl's comment
Zones will read an object if its anchor point is within the zone.
Erika
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Anonymous
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Yes yes. I finally figured out that I had some overlapping zones. It's a drawing form outside source so some layers and zones were duplicating. Thanks everyone. It's always something simple isn't?

Anonymous
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I have a question
If there is a zone overlap
how can I make the schedule show which zones should show up.

For example I have UNIT 1, UNIT 2, and an overall TOTAL AREA,
I want it to list by UNITS, but when I do the schedule, it only shows TOTAL AREA

I tried turning off layers etc, but it doesn't seem to work, can anyone assist please?

Anonymous
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You are trying to make a list of object within zones. Unfortunately you cannot choose the zone which should be used, only the objects you are trying to list.

You force to list by Units by cutting all the Unit-zones and then pasting them again. This way the Units are ont top and get used instead of the Total.

Laszlo Nagy
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cfrb11 wrote:
I have a question
If there is a zone overlap
how can I make the schedule show which zones should show up.

For example I have UNIT 1, UNIT 2, and an overall TOTAL AREA,
I want it to list by UNITS, but when I do the schedule, it only shows TOTAL AREA

I tried turning off layers etc, but it doesn't seem to work, can anyone assist please?

Try changing the criteria for the schedule to list only certain layers or to not list certain layers.
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Erika Epstein
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Laszlo Nagy
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Thanks Erika.
I banned the guy and deleted his post from this thread.
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