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    Beam tag question

    Hi and thanks for all the great answers!

    So when I have two beams that are at different elevations but are in the same location on plan, I don't know how to tag them both.

    One beam will be at 12'-0" and the other at 17'-0" or something, and I have to call them both out on plan, even though one is outside the view range, how do I tag them both on the same plan? I would like to have it look like in the image.

    The reason is that I found a couple errors due to a lack of tag on a beam that I just discovered while checking shop drawings.

    Thanks in advance!
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    You can only tag stuff that is visible in your view as far as I know.
    If you change the view rage to have both beams in it you should be able to tag them both.
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      Originally posted by Robin Deurloo View Post
      You can only tag stuff that is visible in your view as far as I know.
      If you change the view rage to have both beams in it you should be able to tag them both.
      Robin, there's nothing worse than view rage. You need to get along with your views To the OP, how about using a Plan region for the beam that is currently out of your View Range??
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        #4
        Damn had to read my own post a few time to figure out what you were talking about
        Should not post after midnight I suppose.

        And yeah a Plan region should work too.
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