Made a video to describe what I'm wondering...
I hope the behavior of building the roof using "auto rebuild" is normal Chief behavior - because I have to admit I've never noticed this before today.
Roof Anomaly in Chief - X12 & X13 - Watch Video
I'm trying to figure out if there is a way to display room occupancy load, using a text color tag.
For example if a room was 100 ft.² and the fire occupancy load is 7 ft.² per person able to take the (room area divided by 7)
the formula would also need to round up or down to the nearest whole number
Here is the "Callout Specification" dialog window
Here is the "callout tag" with the formula, but I would like it to be modified so instead it show the red text or something similar
I don't know what I did to make it disappear, but none of my library content is showing up any longer.
The library browser window is completely empty.
I checked the folder path, and that is still correct. All content still exists in the folders I designated. Any suggestions?
I am trying to create a custom texture detail schedule that references an object's texture and displays the assigned texture image. Problem is, I am fairly inexperienced with Ruby/macro in general although I have a very basic understanding. Has anyone created something similar to this, or have suggestions on how to get started with creating this type of custom macro? I am using Interiors 12X
Up until recently, my reference display worked great exactly as shown in the help docs and videos. I have no idea what changed, but now it no longer appears in red, but rather in black and anywhere a line on the reference display coincides with a line on the displayed floor, the lines "obliterate" one another and there is no line shown at all. It makes for some very strange views that are uninterpretable, especially when windows are on top of each other. I attached pics to show what I mean.
In my layer display options, the reference display set looks normal. Everything is in red.
How can one "reset" the reference display to work as it does in a fresh plan?