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Start stair at top vs bottom?

g r a n t
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Hi,
Last week I am positive I saw an option in the stair dialogue box that would allow you to define the starting point of the stair as the top vs. the bottom. For the life of me I can't find it today. Yeah, I'm a rookie, and neigther Google nor this forum is coming up with the answer I am looking for. Does this exist? Was I dreaming? Thanks, Grant
I started learning ArchiCAD at 50....bear with me
ArchiCAD 25
MacOS Big Sur 11.6
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sinceV6
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I think g r a n t was referring to the stair input method in the info box that allows you to define if you are creating the stair upwards or downwards.

https://helpcenter.graphisoft.com/user-guide/134819/



Best regards.

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g r a n t
Booster
Nevermind.....found it. Stair Input method...right in front of my face. Delete post if need be. G
I started learning ArchiCAD at 50....bear with me
ArchiCAD 25
MacOS Big Sur 11.6

Anonymous
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You can find this options in the Floor Plan Display of your Stair Settings. There you can define the Up/Down text and the Walking line arrow settings.
Hope this helps.

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sinceV6
Participant
I think g r a n t was referring to the stair input method in the info box that allows you to define if you are creating the stair upwards or downwards.

https://helpcenter.graphisoft.com/user-guide/134819/



Best regards.

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g r a n t
Booster
Hi. Yes, I was referring to the stair input method, however, I appreciate the tip above for the walking line / arrow adjustments. Thanks! G
I started learning ArchiCAD at 50....bear with me
ArchiCAD 25
MacOS Big Sur 11.6

Anonymous
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@SinceV6 Thanks! Didn't notice that one. Always learning something.

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