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Hide values in schedule

Anonymous
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In Taiwan, the client will not review the details of the schedule, as long as he knows the total result.
Therefore, I hope to add an option to the schedule style panel to be able to hide the value. This is very much needed for Taiwanese users, thanks.
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Barry Kelly
Moderator
I don't see the need for this.
You will need to save 2 views of your schedule - one with the hide option on for the client and one with it off for everyone else (who I assume will want the totals).

You can do this now.
Save 2 views - one with totals and one without.


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Anonymous
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hi, Barry

Thanks for your reply, but I can’t find a button to hide the values.
(Note: I found that the name of the picture is wrong, which may cause your misunderstanding. It has been updated.The picture (style_wish.PNG) I modified with GIMP )

TAI.

Barry Kelly
Moderator
TAI wrote:
Thanks for your reply, but I can’t find a button to hide the values.

No there is no button to hide the values.
I know you are wishing for one, but if there was one, you would need to save two schedules one with the totals on and one with the totals off.

You can do this now.
Create two schedules, one that shows totals and one that doesn't.
The totals are controlled in the schedule fields or you may have the SUM button active on some of the fields.

Or maybe I am misunderstanding what you want.


If you want to group exact items rather than listing them separately, there is an option in the schedule settings to 'Merge Uniform Items'.


Barry.

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Anonymous
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hi, Barry
Due to busy work, unable to reply in time.
I found a way that might solve my problem.

https://howtousearchicad.com/table/chart/7242/

TAI

vdentello
Contributor
I'd love a schedule that would show totals only. It's indeed useful for reports.
Archicad User Since 2013
GDL Developer
Experimenting with API
from Brazil

Barry Kelly
Moderator
vdentello wrote:
I'd love a schedule that would show totals only. It's indeed useful for reports.

Isn't that what the "Merge Uniform Elements" option does?
You still need to know the element you are scheduling and have the total for that element.

i.e. 2400 x 1000 door - total = 6
You wouldn't just want 6?


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gdford
Expert
As a rule I have found that most folks do not really understand how the schedule works and the power it has to help you do all sorts of things. Having said that - it is time for the schedule to get a major upgrade.
Gary Ford
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gdford
Expert
In particular it would be amazing if the schedule tab on the toolbar could become a floating window that would stay on top so i could see the schedule while working in a 2d or 3d view.
Gary Ford
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Archicad 12-25
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