I would like the SCHEDULE environment to be able to MERGE "cells" like the LAYOUT cells do already.
When creating a GRAPHIC door or window schedule, seems like there's always a window that's 1'6" wide and one that's 12' wide... It is visually awkward to have a cell that is mostly blank or one where a window overhangs the neighboring cells.
I'm just thinking of how the LAYOUT with a GRID can essentially merge cells when a drawing is larger than one cell... Maybe that technology can be ported to schedules.
I'm guessing this could only be in ONE DIRECTION (depending if you choose Column or Row orientation)...
This would allow me to keep all graphics IN SCALE...
I understand that we can MANUALLY STRETCH any given "column" to fit, but it is NOT PRECISE enough... For example, I would want the schedule view placed on a layout to ALWAYS align... So each cell would need to be forced to a module (1x, 2x, etc)... Now, you have to visually stretch (can't type a specific width) and it always jumps to an ODD dimension...
Double clicking the adjuster bar won't be to any 'module' size but it will adjust the size automatically to fit the text or image size (whichever is larger).
You can only get an exact 'module' size if you type in the cell width by clicking the '...' button and typing it yourself.
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