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Applying Graphic Override to Window / Door schedule

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In order to darken windows on elevations (to make them look more realistic and thus read better) I have applied a 60% tint on the Glass material. It works, my elevations pop nicely.

In my Window and Door schedule, I'd like that 60% tint on glass to disappear.

I've created a Graphic Override that works in the section (glass goes back to transparent) ... but when I apply that graphic override to the window and door schedules (in my layouts) they sometimes work, and sometimes don't. It seems as though the window and door schedules default to whatever override was applied to the last plan/ele/section that I happen to have edited.

Is there a way to apply the graphic override to window and door schedules?

You should save your schedule in the view map and link that saved view to drawing containing the schedule that is placed on the layout. That way you can apply the correct Graphic Override settings to this saved view and it will 'stick'.

It sounds like you are opening schedules from the Project Map, make things look good and then when you open a saved view of the schedule it jumps back to the old settings.
Erwin Edel, Project Lead, Leloup Architecten

ArchiCAD 9-24 NED FULL
Windows 10 Pro
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