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I'm sure this is simple, but I can't figure it out. I'm new to Chief Architect...
How do I get the callout labels to be smaller, like 1/2 the size they are showing on the image I have attached? I am referring to the appliance and cabinet callouts. I can't figure out where those text sizes are controlled.
I appreciate all the help!
I want to show a window schedule for each elevation only showing the windows on that elevation, what is the best way to do this?
This way i can show the sq footage of windows on that wall exposure and have it totaled in the schedule for just that wall.
I seem to be having a problem that I am at my wits end with. It appears that my plan is showing double callouts for all my windows and I can't seem to figure out how to get rid of them. I have tried deleting my window schedule and then inserting it again but nothing. Has anyone else had this issue before?
Is there any way to include the jamb width in a door schedule? For example...
Door Unit is a Marvin Clad Ultimate CUFD 3070 S LHIS
Door Frame Size: 37 7/16" x 86"
Door Jamb Size: 1 3/16"
Door schedule shows the width as 35-1/16...**37-7/16" - (1-3/16 x 2)** and I want it to show 37-7/16
Is there a macro I can edit to act more like the widow schedule preforms?
Thanks is advance,
Does anyone have some decent ideas to keep track of details? I'm working on a large home that has over 40 details. If I decide that a particular detail, let's say it's #5, is redundant or not required, that means I've got 35 details and their callouts to renumber?????
I've been calling out details from the cross sections in layout, specifically so I don't have to open each section view (which is so tedious) in order to place callouts. But there's no schedule tool in layout to make any sort of auto-numbering system. And no linking system from the callout to the detail camera (I like to keep them live) or to the CAD detail (which I use for less dynamic details).
This is as bad or worse than the issues one runs into when using room numbers.
Surely there is some system within Chief for actual architectural plans?