Hi @Kotetsu!Thanks for sharing your GIF 🙂How did you group the levels to apply the override rule? I'm just curious, I would do it by layers.
Hello @Rubia Torres
This Override uses "ProjectInfo", "PropertyManager" and "Override".
The respective colour is set by "elevation to project zero".
Changing the "Max" and "Min" parameters in the "Project Info" will change the colour range.
Please enlarge this image for more information.😁
Excellent @Kotetsu I was curious myself. It was impressive even before you outlined the method you used. Super advanced and very clever. Definitely the winner to date in my opinion.
Thank you for the detailed explanation, @Kotetsu. I appreciate it.
Great solution and clever indeed!
Wow! that is awesome! It seems that the project info is quite powerful. I am trying to replicate it: how did you do the GO: scale 1 < 1, scale 2<2 and so on?
Thanks. That’s nice of you to say that!😋
Override is as follows.
3 to 11 are identical except for colour.
Graphic Override is the first match, so it is applied from the top down.
Was that helpful to you?😎
Hey @Kotetsu thanks for the effort but I am consused and also I am bit thick for this things ... Besides that I cannot see the images properly. It seems that the web reduces quality:
From what you said I understand the following but I cannot see the logic and it does not work haha:
Scale 01: RefLevelNum ≤ 1.00
Scale 02: RefLevelNum ≤ 2.00
Scale 03: RefLevelNum ≥ 3.00
Scale 04: RefLevelNum ≥ 4.00
Scale 05: RefLevelNum ≥ 5.00
Scale 06: RefLevelNum ≥ 6.00
Scale 07: RefLevelNum ≥ 7.00
Scale 08: RefLevelNum ≥ 8.00
Scale 09: RefLevelNum ≥ 9.00
Scale 10: RefLevelNum ≥ 10.00
Scale 11: RefLevelNum ≥ 11.00
Scale 12: RefLevelNum ≥ 12.00
What am I doing wrong? haha I am trying to understand the principle so, at the beginning, I though that if I do every scale GO ≤ of 1, 2, 3 etc it should work but it does not
By the way I wonder if I can share your GO in the Discord Archicad Community (non' official)?
Please join us we would like to get more people to discuss about Archicad and share knowledge. The link is below:
>Besides that I cannot see the images properly. It seems that the web reduces quality:
That is certainly true.(...Why can't I post a high-quality image ?🤔)
>if I do every scale GO ≤ of 1, 2, 3 etc it should work but it does not
As you say, if you do that, you can do it.
Scale 01: RefLevelNum < 1.00
Scale 02: RefLevelNum < 2.00
Scale 03: RefLevelNum < 3.00
Scale 04: RefLevelNum < 4.00
Scale 05: RefLevelNum < 5.00
Scale 06: RefLevelNum < 6.00
Scale 07: RefLevelNum < 7.00
Scale 08: RefLevelNum < 8.00
Scale 09: RefLevelNum < 9.00
Scale 10: RefLevelNum < 10.00
Scale 11: RefLevelNum < 11.00
Scale 12: RefLevelNum ≥ 11.00
GO Combination is simply set up in order from the top.
If it doesn't work, something is wrong or...I am mistaken.
Thanks for inviting me to Discord!
I'll join in.
(As you may have noticed, I rely on "DeepL Translator" for my English, so replies are very slow and strange. Forgive me.😁)
Hi @Kotetsu and @ape2000,
I would like to quickly thank you for developing the topic here in the comment section and for your feedback regarding our platform. We have noticed the quality of images is reduced in the comments and knowledgebase articles - however, in the latter, you can click on it and open a pop-up window with full image resolution. Nevertheless, we are aware of the issue and have filed a ticket to our platform provider, Khoros, to seek improvement.
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