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Update layer combinations from actual view!!!

Anonymous
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We must be able to update a layer combination from the actual view!!!
It could be a button in the Quick layers toolbar: "update actual layer combination" (based on the actual visible layers)
The process now is a pain (identify the layers to be disabled, then open dialog, click on layer comb, find the layers, check or uncheck, then update the layer combination.) when it could just be a click.
I know you can just do a new layer comb, but then you have to apply it to every view where it is in and so on...
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Erika Epstein
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You can manage layer combos assigned to views in a schedule.
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Anonymous
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It sounds great Erika, but I don't find the method you're talking about.
Is there a schedule ready for that?

Erika Epstein
Contributor
Under Project Indexes you can use the view list that comes with the program.
Create your own is another option.
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Anonymous
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Erika wrote:
You can manage layer combos assigned to views in a schedule. You can buy phen375 diet pills here
that sounds very interesting. but, is there an automatic setting that can manage every views? thanks!

Laszlo Nagy
Community Admin
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This is what Erika is talking about.
In the Project View, under Project Indexes, it is possible to create a View List which if effect is a Schedule. Many of the settings of Views can but shown in the Schedule as fields. The attached image shows the View List that exists as default in ARCHICAD 20.
ProjectIndexes-ViewList.png
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Laszlo Nagy
Community Admin
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And here is the resulting View List (schedule) as shown in the attached image.
You can see that the individual fields of View can now be modified by clicking the appropriate cell and modifying its value. Some values are freely modifiable, in case of others you have to select the value from a drop-down list of available values.
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