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    aligned dimension for 3 equal is not working!!

    Hi everyone in this forum, i have 3 lines on site (the site is sloped line) i want to divide them into three offset lines and make like 3 equals = so i used aligned dimension to the three lines to activate equal but once i got to the third line, the programme give me sign that i can not align dimension to the third line. which eventually will prevent me from equal three divisions.
    any suggestion how i can fix that and make aligned dimension to the three division ?
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    #2
    not even this is working with straight wall in the middle !
    i want the equal division making my dimension equal near to second image
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    ahmed_hassan
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    Last edited by ahmed_hassan; November 8, 2011, 11:03 AM. Reason: Adding second image

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      #3
      Check that the lines are parallel.


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        #4
        Looks like you're lines aren't all parallel to each other. They would need to be for the dimensions, and thus the equality constraint, to work.
        Greg McDowell Jr
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          #5
          Your dimension is stright but your wall is not parallel to each other. i suggest put first RP or drafting lines to create the 3 equal parts then just move the center of the wall to the Dl or RP.
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            #6
            When you have placed the dimension, you may want to relocate the anchor point:
            What Revit Wants: What does the Revit equality dimension anchor do?
            Luke Johnson | Autodesk Expert Elite Member
            Author of What Revit Wants

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              #7
              If all else fails use a calculator or if you are not feeling lazy do it in your head., then pin em if you dont want them to move.
              mark b
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              Last edited by mark b; November 9, 2011, 02:13 AM.
              Mark Balsom

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