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Straight Railing framing schedule

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Hi guys,

 

I am trying to add the the framing for the railing and newels to the framing schedule. is there a way to do that.

I created the framing schedule but I don't see them.

 

thank you,

 

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I don't think Chief Sees them as "Framing"  , check the Materials List ( ML) and see if they are there?

 

M.

 

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You could also tweak a Wall Schedule to show that information.

 

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9 hours ago, Kbird1 said:

check the Materials List ( ML)

thank you for your respond

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9 hours ago, Chopsaw said:

tweak a Wall Schedule

Thank you for your respond, I am a little new to this; a little hint how you did that please !

Please see image, I was able to get that far then I got stuck.

Thank you,

 

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It is done using the "Custom Object Fields" for the Railing Wall. You need to go to the "Object Information" tab of the wall DBX ( Dialogue Box) and "Create New Field".  Most shown are straight up Chief "Object Specific" macro values but some need a little adjustment depending on how you would like the values displayed.  I will post a few examples below.

 

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to display in decimal ft.

 

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to display in inches.

 

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straight use of macro value.

 

Then add those new columns to your wall schedule.

 

Let me know if that makes sense and works for you.

 

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Sorry I meant to show you how to round off the decimal ft values.  This should have been the first example.

 

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6 hours ago, Chopsaw said:

I meant to show you how to round off the decimal ft values

Thank you so much for your help. Your responds are very informative. 

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