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Scheduling Header Height

Dave Seabury
Enthusiast
A builder that I am currently working with asked me if I could add a value to the window schedule for bottom of header elevation. Seemed simple enough, I just need to schedule the elevation of the top of the wallhole.
I can schedule the head of the window easy enough, but not the top of the rough opening. Has anyone tried this before with success?

I suppose I could add a parameter to my window object for this value, but I would need to get the elevation of the window which I have not been able to do yet.

Thanks

David
AC 19-24 Windows 10 64 bit, Dell Prercision 7820, Xeon Silver 2414R ( 12 Cores), 64 GB Ram, Quadro RTX 4000 8GB
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Laszlo Nagy
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Crete a new expression-defined Property for the Window. Its value should be calculated by adding the Window Height to the Window Sill Height. Then you can schedule this Property.
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Dave Seabury
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Laszlo

We did that and it works fin for windows (all use the same clearances) but doors do not.
Might just have to do the doors separately.

David
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Laszlo Nagy
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Yes, I think you will need to define a separate Property for Doors as it needs to use different Properties in its expression.
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