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    You can create a dimension and lock that to that...

    You can create a dimension and lock that to that 1200 and if one object moves the other moves with it, always having that 1200 fixed. BUT that is a bit scary to be honest, setting those types of...
  2. Your horizontal alignment is set to left, set...

    Your horizontal alignment is set to left, set that to middle and it should work.
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    no idea what happened to that image, but it...

    no idea what happened to that image, but it turned into 1000's of lines of gibberish in your post. Could you try and add them again please?
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    Ik begrijp dat jullie de uiteindelijke...

    Ik begrijp dat jullie de uiteindelijke leverancier zijn van de kozijnen/vliesgevels?

    Dan zal je uiteindelijk toe moeten naar een model waaraan de hoofdaannemer en architect e.d. kunnen zien wat...
  5. you are very welcome !

    you are very welcome !
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    OK not sure what was happening to the images in...

    OK not sure what was happening to the images in your post, but they ended up as a lot of gibberish text.
    I have removed them, so please try and add them again if you like.
  7. Yep easy, make the seating parameter a shared one...

    Yep easy, make the seating parameter a shared one and you can schedule it

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  8. I have no idea, but it can't hurt to contact...

    I have no idea, but it can't hurt to contact somebody at Autodesk I suppose.
  9. Tell me about it :D Nice that it turned out to...

    Tell me about it :D
    Nice that it turned out to be something simple in the end.
  10. All I can think of is that there is something on...

    All I can think of is that there is something on the left side of that floorplan.
    Check your crop region and crop view.
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    If it is that detailed I would probably go with...

    If it is that detailed I would probably go with srutuctural framing. Much easier to reuse types and make schedules. And you don't have the issue of walls cleaning up when you don't want to.
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    I think he asked about structural failures not...

    I think he asked about structural failures not train wrecks :hide:
  13. Yes, I'm always excited when somebody tells me...

    Yes, I'm always excited when somebody tells me something I did not know yet and directly start to think of uses for it, mainly because most of the time it is me showing other people new stuff, but...
  14. Yeah maybe not, but something like flanges I...

    Yeah maybe not, but something like flanges I might do as nested and shared. This way you have 1 flange family in your entire project/template and if for some reason something changes it can be done...
  15. Never to old to learn I guess ! Now look into...

    Never to old to learn I guess !
    Now look into SHARED nested families as well (a tick in the properties), this way you can edit then inside your project. Not always useful and it depends on the type...
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    It sounds like more work, but in the end it is...

    It sounds like more work, but in the end it is much easier do split them all up. Another benefit is that calculations are a bit more accurate as well.
    Revit calculates on the baseline of the wall...
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    Yep me too. It does have a few more benefits too,...

    Yep me too. It does have a few more benefits too, like being able to easily have different wall heights without the need to mess with that offset thingy (or whatever it is called) and easier to...
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    Isn't the op talking about an ocean view, no the...

    Isn't the op talking about an ocean view, no the terrain? So probably looking for a sky dome of the location of his design or something. No clue how to do that other then a camera that cam make a 3D...
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    A lot of threads about this already, but...

    A lot of threads about this already, but depending on the size of your projects a GeForce 2060 would do, 16Gb or RAM, and the highest single core speed CPU you can afford.
  20. I learned to type on one of these when I was...

    I learned to type on one of these when I was about 12 or so. All you kids with your fancy computers !

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    A collapsing building in most cases.

    A collapsing building in most cases.
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    Looks to me like wooden framing with the...

    Looks to me like wooden framing with the polycarbonate shell. So model it that way I'd say. So structural framing and a wall for the polycarbonate. Then you can build a door to match the wall and...
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    Yeah CW's was something else I thought of, but...

    Yeah CW's was something else I thought of, but went with GM's because of all the patching up that needed to be done in corners and at windows.
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    yep when you are below 3 or 5 (I forgot) posts a...

    yep when you are below 3 or 5 (I forgot) posts a moderator needs to approve your post (which I just did)
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    To be honest I don't think I really done anything...

    To be honest I don't think I really done anything much with pattern-based families, so it did not occur to me to use them.

    But even though the tiles look the same in that elevation view there are...
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