When I use the Global Fixname Parameter AC_Sill_To_Curr_Story for a door,
and let the value show as 2D-Text, I get a value that is measured from the story below,
if the sill height value of the door is below the story level of the story where the door belongs to.
In my opinion this is a bug, because it is not logical.
Furthermore “Home_story_of_opening” shows not the story below in the described case, it is always
identical with the home story of the wall.
(This issue found in AC 22)
There is a workaround until it is fixed:
A property can be set up to be based on an expression. For this expression you can select parameters that are the same as in IES. You can display the evaluated
expression with Classification and Properties Label.
Software Engineer, Library Team GRAPHISOFT SE
Thank You Péter,
your workaround works well.
But I found another solution:
AC_GLOB_ELEVATION works astonishingly in the marker and gives back the sill height of the window,
although this parameter is not created as paraneter in the window object (so ASSOCLP_PARVALUE does not work here).
If AC_GLOB_ELEVATION is as parameter in the marker, I can compare AC_GLOB_ELEVATION with AC_Sill_To_Curr_Story,
and if the 2nd one is bigger than the 1st one, I substract the story heigth of the sory below.