tommy1

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  1. I do as Joey does. I have my engineer place and size beams in markups. Then I place them in the plan.
  2. Steve, I bought a lot of Jay's libraries back when we had .alb files for symbols. Throughout the years, I just brought them forward with each new version and still can use them...even in X12.
  3. http://chiefsymbols.com/c07.html Partial Solution

     

    DJP

    I have that library. Lots of symbols and easy to work with. Wasn't sure if Jay's symbols were still around. I have a lot of his other libraries too.

    Hi Tommy,
    How can I get my hands on the brick and stone library?

    Thank you,
    Steve

    My Email is - steve@stevenyhofdesigns.com
     

  4. I have that library. Lots of symbols and easy to work with. Wasn't sure if Jay's symbols were still around. I have a lot of his other libraries too.
  5. tommy1

    wall types

    Take that wall type, copy it, change how you want, rename it. Now select the wall in the plan you want to change, assign that new wall type.
  6. I have a last resort option but try Marks idea first.
  7. If all else fails, you might need to edit the cad block and reassign the new cad block to the symbol.
  8. Try changing the origins of the oven.
  9. The one in the library doesn't cut a hole though in the ceiling.
  10. For structural details like that, I always get a cad detail form my engineer. That detail could vary depending on the stairs.
  11. I usually do cad lines for a reference.
  12. I've done it but did it all manually.
  13. tommy1

    Wall load

    I always have my engineer do wall loads.
  14. Usually I can make the program do most of it but I always have to do some manual editing. I just expect it.
  15. Try turning on the fixture labels in layer display.