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    Elevation Tags

    I have not found the answer to my issue after scouring the forums so here it is.

    Is there a way to create an elevation Tag that can have more than 4 views and that the extra views can be oriented in plan.

    I have attached an image of a situation in my current project where I have a 5 sided room and would like 5 elevation views of it (currently only 2 are created the remaining will come)

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    This was created by placing 2 elevation tags on top of each other. Is it possible to do this with one tag?
    Denis Pohlman, AIA, NCARB, WELL AP, CPHC
    Architect + BIM Coordinator
    Kahler Slater, Inc.

    #2
    Hi,

    Elevation itself is a system family and can't be change. So you won't be able to add more views.
    But how often you have this kind of situation? Stick with the workaround.
    Maciej Wypych

    Bibere humanum est, ergo bibamus!

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      #3
      Originally posted by maciejwypych View Post
      Hi,

      Elevation itself is a system family and can't be change. So you won't be able to add more views.
      But how often you have this kind of situation? Stick with the workaround.
      Actually, this is incorrect.....you can have other views...

      dtp....just modify the elevation family and add more pointers....you will probably have to create a couple of more pointer types to make your labels work correctly though...as you can see in mine I didn't do that yet. Doesn't work well with squares either...
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      Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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        #4
        Perhaps this is a good method if you want a full panoramic view eh?
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        Michael "MP" Patrick (Deceased - R.I.P)

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          #5
          Your absolutely right. I stand corrected.
          Maciej Wypych

          Bibere humanum est, ergo bibamus!

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            #6
            Thanks all much appreciated
            Denis Pohlman, AIA, NCARB, WELL AP, CPHC
            Architect + BIM Coordinator
            Kahler Slater, Inc.

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