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q: windows sunshade in schedule

Anonymous
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Hi everyone!

I have a problem with windows shutters not showing in Windows Schedule: it is interesting because the shutters are visible in List elements. Since I'cant put dimensions or any extra details in list, I would prefer to solve problem in Schedule.

We work in Archicad 19, INT, and I've attached some images...

Thank you in advance!
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Laszlo Nagy
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The screenshot did not attach. Can you try attaching again?
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Anonymous
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Sorry - something went wrong. I had a double post as well 😮
windows schedule.jpg

Laszlo Nagy
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What I can think of is the old Listing and the current Interactive Schedule are two different developments so they are working differently. Maybe this is the reason the list displays the Sunshade and the Interactive Schedule doesn't.
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Barry Kelly
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It is possible to show/hide parts of a window/door in a schedule with a bit of GDL scripting.

See... http://archicad-talk.graphisoft.com/viewtopic.php?t=35888

In your case the sunshade is probably scripted not to show in a schedule.
In the ideal world there would be a parameter in the object to allow you to show the sunshade in schedules or not.
I am guessing that your object does not have this option so unless you are handy with a bit of GDL coding I think you are stuck.

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Anonymous
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hm, haven't try the coding yet. But if I manage to pull this out - that means after tweaking one library I'll have to copy it on all the computers in the offices?

On the funny side: the question asked 5 years ago was as well from Zagreb. It seams we have a thing with window shades

Barry Kelly
Moderator
If it is a Graphisoft library part then it gets a bit more complicated.
Because in future they may issue a new updated library and you will lose any modifications you made.
All the macros in GS objects will add another layer of complexity too.

So you will want to "save as" the object with a new name and then use that in your projects.
It could be in the 'Embedded' library in which case all users opening that file will have it already.
Or you could place it in an 'Office' or 'Project" library that you need to update on every machine or have it on the network so that all machines can access that one library.

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Anonymous
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The library part is the original Graphisoft library part. I have to think a bit on how to proceed with this.

Thank you all!

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