I'm trying to create a property that gives me a "Height discount"
depending on the story my element is. That discount should be used to
put out custom sill height labels, ceiling heights and so on. I planned
to define a 'default' height discount, and...
I'm attempting to get an information of 'Rough width' out of the
external windows and wonder if it is possible to achieve. At doors we're
able to achieve the following result: Final dimension: the door panel
dimensionFinished dimension: the finished ...
Hi all! I'm new to GDL and I'm attempting to do a custom label that is
able to identify which type of element is being labeled and then is able
to put out its surface information, according to the type identified.
For example: if the labeled element ...
Hi all. I'm new to GDL subjects and I wonder if something I want to do
is possible to achieve. I need to create a 2D object that contain texts
that come out of a surface parameter of my GDL object. Surface
parameters in GDL I assume that mean only a ...
Hi there, I'm attempting to place a spot elevation marker on a Slab that
came with an IFC hotlink. Such slab is attached to the floor plan I'm
viewing, but since it is at -0,10 level in relation to that floor plan,
it isn't visible and won't show as ...
Erwin, the marker workaround should help!Still would be nicer to have
the gap actually reducing the rough wall representation, so the masonry
blocks can conform exactly to the Archicad walls. We'll stick to our
property method for now and give the wi...
We've been using properties and labels to get this information. But the
intention here is to obtain that result in our documents indeed. We
generally deal with 'Masonry Projects' from other firms, and having the
rough wall showing correctly would imp...
Thanks David! I did change the 2nd parameter to 3 but it didn't alter
the fill. Still hollow.. (The label is already at the top in the view
order) And thanks for the tip regarding the signature, I'll adjust it
The label worked just fine! Still only one question. I can't make my
labels have a filled background. Here I'm using the POLY2 command, which
is hollow:When I switch to the POLY2_B, it glitches, even if I follow
the instructions in the reference guid...