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    good day,

    Thus anyone know how to link the Default Thickness to Slab_D......Slab_D is a shared parameter that i created...Please find the attach file for reference..
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    #2
    As far as I know this is not possible. Default thickness is an ootb parameter which doesn't show up in the Profile Family. In the project environment you can't ty both together...
    Martijn de Riet
    Professional Revit Consultant | Revit API Developer
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      #3
      Could Slab_D be a reporting parameter? I don't exactly understand them, but they can work for lengths.
      Adam Hutchinson
      Engineer in Training
      Integrus Architecture, P.S.

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        #4
        Slab_D is not possible to be a reporting parameter its because the slab is a system family... reporting parameter will work only in non-system family such as beam, column, etc...

        what im trying to obtain here is i want to use the Slab_D as my slab tag for detailing purposes.. For example i want the slab tag to be 400.. its easy to get the slab tag 400 by renaming the type name to 400...but i dont want to do that.. because we have a standard for type name in particular for slab..we can also place a type parameter such as i do but it is not automatically change if you change the slab thickness......

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          #5
          Hi Christian, you should try this family....hope you like it. it reports the slab thickness. just place it on a floor.

          credits to: Revitez!: Utiliser les paramètres de rapport pour coter l'épaisseur d'une dalle dans un plan d'étage
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          Julien
          "Au royaume des aveugles, les borgnes sont mal vus!"
          P. DAC
          Follow me on Twitter @Jbenoit44 - Blog: http://aecuandme.wordpress.com/

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            #6
            wow...this is great!!!...i have to explore this on maybe i will come up with ah real floor tag..

            thanks julien....

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              #7
              Hello Julien ,
              Please, could you send a 2011 revit version of this family?
              Thanks,

              Michel

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                #8
                Hi Michel,
                Welcome to RFO.
                Saddly I no longer have rst 2011 installed, so I will encourage you to read carefully the blog linked above, even with google translate.
                The main concept is to add a report parameter (A) to the host in a generic floor-base family. Then you add a shared parameter, and link it to A writing SP=A. Now SP reports the value of A, the floor thickness in fact.
                You need now a generic annotation, reporting the shared parameter SP.
                Nest the anno to the family, and link it to SP. Done.

                It should take less than 10'. And the result worth it.
                Julien
                "Au royaume des aveugles, les borgnes sont mal vus!"
                P. DAC
                Follow me on Twitter @Jbenoit44 - Blog: http://aecuandme.wordpress.com/

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                  #9
                  Dear Julien,

                  I tried to read the blog but it's not in English;so i don't understand what it means.
                  Furthermore, I can't do as what you instrusted in above.
                  Could you please tell me in English Version?

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                    #10
                    Originally posted by jbenoit44 View Post
                    Hi Christian, you should try this family....hope you like it. it reports the slab thickness. just place it on a floor.

                    credits to: Revitez!: Utiliser les paramètres de rapport pour coter l'épaisseur d'une dalle dans un plan d'étage
                    hi jbenoit44, can you give us a quick guide on how you did this family? pls. thanks.

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