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Calculations of quantities and other properties must be made according
to the precision defined in the Ca...
I need to display some areas in a scheme using "merge items". When I set
the area unit in calculation units to have 4 decimals I get these
values: which add to 6,0000 when I check the "merge items" option. But I
have 4 decimals in my display, which i...
We often create properties that are used in the calculations of other
properties. These must be linked to the same elements for the
calculations to work. Thus, the entries in the list of properties of the
relevant tools increase unnecessarily. It wou...
I often need to calculate the total amount of zone areas and compare it
to some max area. I can sum zones using schemes but there is no way to
do the comparison. I need this to be done automatically, not by manually
typing the result to a text. I wis...
I have a host file (file SITE) with the site structures witch holds 3
different hotlinks for 3 buildings (files A, B and C). Each hotlink file
(A,B,C) has layouts with plans about the specific building (stories,
sections). In the SITE file I created ...
I don't mind for the individual values. I'll only print the sum and I
need it to be calculated correctly but to be printed with two decimals.I
found a sort of a workaround: If I set the Calculation Units to two
decimals and also set extra accuracy to...
Barry, it's really simple: No roundings in calculations, they should sum
up to 6,0000. We are OK so far. Can you point out a way for that 6.0000
to be printed in my drawings with 2 decimals? That is what is missing
My wish is simple:I need the calculations to be as accurate as it can
be, so I use 4 decimals in Calculation Units. When I merge them in my
scheme the sum up, as expected, to the correct amount.I wish there was a
way to print this amount in my Scheme...