Obscure Glass


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Is there an option for obscure glass anywhere for the window schedule? Or do I have to add it to comments? What do you guys suggest because most every bathroom window I put in have obscure and tempered glass. I'm surprised CA doesn't have a check box in the same place you check for tempered and egress.

Help would be much appreciated

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7 minutes ago, rlackore said:

I use the Object Information fields to add this kind of information, generally under the Comment section:

window.thumb.JPG.ee0462a1002a4e0f7ee98d938121ace9.JPG schedule.thumb.JPG.709d8603e3360d898fa3c3fdd9b09983.JPG

Yes, that is what I'm doing. Just thought I would see if anyone new something I didn't. Thank you for confirming.

This is the information I like to see

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Make one, alter label to suit and add note in OIP-ADD to library. Then replace from library when needed. Keep in dedicated folder like "   _most used" will be at top of user library because of spaces and forward slash

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I want to end this thread because my question got answered on a different thread.

Here is my resolve

I didn't know that I could make a custom column in the default schedules under "Custom Objects Field"

Not sure if this was new in X11 but I never seen it before

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1 hour ago, builtright3 said:

Any idea's for best way to label the windows existing or new in the schedule? (E) or (N)

Maybe just use the label column or something?

I use custom OIP fields for things like this. Often I keep something like this with both options, (N) & (E), somewhere so I only have to delete and set as default for drawing existing, then change and delete set as default for new (or just types since these are shorter than some things I need this for).

Like attached.

Problem is the COIP fields are global so still working on that.

windows.png

Window exist and other.plan

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2 hours ago, MarkMc said:

I use custom OIP fields for things like this. Often I keep something like this with both options, (N) & (E), somewhere so I only have to delete and set as default for drawing existing, then change and delete set as default for new (or just types since these are shorter than some things I need this for).

Like attached.

Problem is the COIP fields are global so still working on that.

windows.png

Window exist and other.plan

I like it! Thank you that helps!

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