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In X12 I've noticed that when using Structural Member Reporting in a material list, the price column in the list does not appear to be sensitive to whether a "per unit" or "per length" calculation is being performed by the material list. In both cases, the material list appears to use the same Price variable in the Component Panel of each object. Does anyone know of some Ruby scripting that could be used to correct this? Off hand, I'm thinking of a macro inserted into the Price variable on the Component Panel of each structural member that would use the Material List row context to report a price that depends on how the row wants to use the Price.
Trying to figure out how the material list works and generates its numbers, Am a student and still relatively new at chief. Below is a project have been working on and this is the first time I have been asked to do a full material list. Have watched all the tutorials on it but cannot seem to find out why its giving such long 2x6 boards. The plan is attached below to look at.
Litchtman Chief plan 1-23-19.plan
I am looking to set up X10 to create material lists for us instead of us filling out the material list with pen an paper after we "build" the house in chief. I have uploaded an example of our material list that we fill out by hand. Example 1.1 shows it filled out for a house we built and example 1.2 is the same but blank. Example 2.1 is a different version of the material list that we use as well. Is there a way to create like two different "defaults" for material lists so when I pull a plan from our base files it will auto-generate to make the material list? OR do I have to set up it per house, every time? Also what are the basic steps to create a materials list that will be closely similar to what I have attached here to show as a example if any? We are trying to stream line our process for ordering up materials and would like to have Chief figure out all the materials that are on the examples I provided. Any tips, tricks, advice would be greatly appreciated.