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How to import room names into plan?

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Is there a way to import room names into a plan?

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Yes

 

( maybe??  you're going to need to explain a bit more.... at least I have no clue what you are trying to do....  :) )

 

M.

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I have a plan that I am working on and i have somehow erased the added room types before i started plan...so now i dont have my standard room names.

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Open a new plan. Use Edit Area to copy into it.

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HI Eric, not quite sure i follow?

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48 minutes ago, dskogg said:

I have a plan that I am working on and i have somehow erased the added room types before i started plan...so now i dont have my standard room names.

 

Does an archive copy still have them ? 

 

I am still not clear on how you erased Room Names?  are you talking about just the room label text? Room Types or ?

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10 minutes ago, dskogg said:

HI Eric, not quite sure i follow?

 

I assume you default template contains these missing names.

 

Open a new plan. Use Edit Area to copy the structure from the plan where they are missing to the plan where they are not missing.

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Eric i opened a new plan with the room names active, copied the plan and pasted it into the plan i am working on, room names did not come thru

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Is it the room label layer that is turned off then?  

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Are you talking about Room Types?

 

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1 hour ago, Kbird1 said:

at least I have no clue what you are trying to do....  :)

 

And apparently I am not the only one.........

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1 hour ago, solver said:

Are you talking about Room Types?

 

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Oh Yes....room types, not room names...sorry.

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Open a new plan. Check to make sure they are there.

 

Use Edit Area to copy the structure from the plan where they are missing to the plan where they are not missing.

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Eric, what do you mean by copy the structure exactly...i copied the plan with the room types and pasted it into the plan and the room types did not show up in plan.

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File>Import>Import Default Settings>choose a plan>Room Types

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4 minutes ago, glennw said:

File>Import>Import Default Settings>choose a plan>Room Types

Thanks Glen, that worked...it helps if i ask the right thing...

How are you with all the fires?  I hope you and your family are ok.

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David,

We are well away from the fires, but are affected by smoke and ash - visibility is very low some days.

Over 1000 houses burnt and many people perished in the fires - not a good situation, but has probably got a bit better in the last few days due to cooler weather. 

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33 minutes ago, glennw said:

David,

We are well away from the fires, but are affected by smoke and ash - visibility is very low some days.

Over 1000 houses burnt and many people perished in the fires - not a good situation, but has probably got a bit better in the last few days due to cooler weather. 

It has been reported that the main cause of the fires was people setting them, the drought just set the stage. Can you confirm those reports, I wonder?

 

DJP

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David,

I don't know if the main cause was arson, but last I heard there were 28 people arrested or charged with lighting fires.

One case was a guy who started a backburn to protect his dope crop!

A lot were started by lightening strikes.

Certainly the drought has contributed to the ferocity of the fires.

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What I have seen reported here, via Australian News sources is almost 200 persons (183 to be exact) have been arrested for arson there. I know your country is large but that is still a lot of arsonists, eh?

 

DJP

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