But then they wouldn't be posts.
They would be a single wall with holes (gaps) in it.
You could do that now by multiplying a wallhole object along a wall.
The same as multiplying the posts so no saving of time/steps but they would all be linked together.
But you can also group your posts.
And the other downside is Archicad can't handle a dashed line - starts and stops with the gaps at times.
I'd hate to think what it would do to a wall.
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for example, I am trying to create a series of punga fence (with out gap in between), it is easyto create a linear multiplying posts, but in some area, it would be hard to locate posts (punga posts) on curve line, so that was why I have this idea of "creating wall type" to achieve curve line effect more quickly!!!