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    I neep your help guys!!!Structural Column Location Problem

    Hello everyone! I'm working on a project here in our office and I encountered this problem. I encounter this for the first time... I'm trying to get the Column Location Mark but I noticed that once the grid is attached to the edge of the column revit will read it like it is on center of grid even if it's not, I have no problems when the column is on center of grids and/or the column sides does not attached to grids revit can read it ... I wonder if I made mistake on Making the column family or in the process of modeling through out the project... any suggestions and comments from you guys will be a great help... Thanks!

    P.s attached is the screen shot and my column family
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    When intersection of grid axes, placed in column area, then, in properties, do not show aff axes.
    As soon as the column goes out of grid intersection, then, off axis show.
    Last edited by vila360com; May 26, 2017, 10:07 PM.

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      #3
      yes but Looking at the image I posted..it is not on the center of the grid...I'm expecting that the column location mark would be L-4.1(-600) not L-4.1 since it is not on center of intersection of grid L and 4.1

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        #4
        it wont appear. when we move the column away from grid it appears the value. if the column is placed in the grid it wont displat the value of center point. you need to place dimensions only from centre of grid to centre of column.
        Dhilip Seshan
        +91 8124181665
        www.dhilipseshan.n.nu

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          #5
          Originally posted by Dhilip View Post
          it wont appear. when we move the column away from grid it appears the value. if the column is placed in the grid it wont displat the value of center point. you need to place dimensions only from centre of grid to centre of column.
          I agree with you placing dimensions I think is still the best...BUT there are instances that the company required schedule like what our office required... so here is what I did... I moved the column .01 millimeters downward so that revit can read the correct column location mark..( I cannot consider this as a solution by the way... I hope Autodesk will fix this in the future)

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