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    • #2965
      Kevin Lee
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      HI GDL Team,

      We use custom Marker to label door/window and CW openings. it’s using very simple global scrip to define the opening type. For example, if its a window, it puts “W” as prefix and use circle whereas door puts “D” and use Hexagon.

      Recently, we had a situations where window multi-horizontal object helped us to model a door where door object couldn’t and we have assigned the window to be a door using element classification and scheduled to be a door but not window.

      Hopefully you understand where i am going but is there a way to define the element by classification rather than just rely on the type?

      IF GLOB_ELEM_TYPE = 3 Then parameters TZGDoorand_A = “W”
      IF GLOB_ELEM_TYPE = 4 Then parameters TZGDoorand_A = “D”
      IF GLOB_ELEM_TYPE = 15 Then parameters TZGDoorand_A = “D”

      regards,

    • #2966
      Gergely Fehér
      Keymaster

      From markers and labels, element classification can be reached with the properties, check the solutions here: http://gdl.graphisoft.com/tips-and-tricks/display-properties-with-labels/

      Gergely Fehér
      Team Leader, Library Team
      GRAPHISOFT SE

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