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  1. oh you want it fo each window as opposed to a total. then there is a built in macro: but you would have to put it in the window label which would not be all that desirable if you were trying to show it in elevation. Better to just put it in the window schedule
  2. @VHampton this works on walls..up to you to figure out how to implement # Copyright Rabbitt Design 2024 # This script calculates the ratio of thermal opening area to thermal envelope area # and rounds the result to two decimal places. # Directly divide thermal_opening_area by thermal_envelope_area to get the ratio. ratio = thermal_opening_area / thermal_envelope_area # The last line outputs the ratio, rounded to two decimal places. "#{ratio.round(2)*100}%"
  3. no, but simple to switch to what you are referencing in another tab I think what you are trying to show is this: which is done from the stair's edit toolbar
  4. # Copyright Rabbitt Design 2024 # Initializing the NumberFormatter to format width in fractional inches number_formatter = number_formatter.unit = '"' # Set the unit to inches number_formatter.use_fractions = true # Enable fraction display number_formatter.denominator = 16 # Set precision to 1/16th of an inch number_formatter.show_unit = true # Ensure the unit ("in") is not automatically included # Assuming 'width' is a publisher variable representing the width measurement # Apply the number formatter directly to the width measurement and append the inch symbol number_formatter.apply(width) there is a code for you, set to eval and object base. FYI my Pro Plan has a very complex and dynamic label for windows and doors for anyone catching this and is interested. It dynamically changes its formatting based on the layer set or size of the window, new vs existing, as well as user configurable options. Window schedule is pretty advanced too
  5. in that case, just put half of the bracket in the panel mesh and that way it butts at the corner
  6. hover over the results, hold ctrl+mouse wheel up to increase their size. Also this is the Tips and Techniques forum where we share tips
  7. Before you mess with reference displays...why would you show a staircase on 2 floors? I may have a different approach
  8. Make newel posts that are just a corner bracket and set the distnce between newels to be a very large number. Nice work
  9. For roofs greater than 10 degrees in slope, the MRH (h) is the distance from the average roof height (eave height to highest point of roof structure) to the average finish grade line for the direction being considered. For roofs 10 degrees or less, it is the distance from the average finish grade elevation to the roof eave height. The definition on page 22 of ASCE7 does not refer to any parapets, but to me, it only makes sense to take the top of the parapet for the upper "h" value for the building. Technically, the eave height is where the sloping roof ends. As there is no real exposed eave when there is a parapet, assuming the wall continues past the roof to the top of the parapet, I conservatively interpret the top of the parapet as the "eave". If the parapet varies in height, I use the average top of parapet height in computing "h". This is typically for a sloping lot
  10. you can back clip a camera view in its view settings or you can side clip a camera view and you can even break the cut line and move it around in plan view
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  12. New mini clip. Low resolution for the upload size cap in this forum VIP Example (2).mp4
  13. You'd be setting up your saved plan views to turn on and off specfic layers within your plan