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  • brane1012
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    Shared parameters between categories

    Hi All,

    I have a questions regarding the „reading“ of parameters between categories.

    For instance, inside my Air Terminal I have a shared parameter (Let's call it Air Terminal) that is used to enter supply temperature to the room.

    Is it possible to use that shared parameter (Air Terminal) inside Space schedule, or other way around?

    To be more precise, I would like to enter supply temperature inside Space schedule and when I position Air terminal inside that space that Revit recognizes those are same parameters and that automatically use that value, or other way around, to enter temperature inside Air Terminal and that Space schedule recognizes that is the same value (something like how Revit calculates actual airflow based on entered air flow inside air terminals).

    Best regards, Branimir

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