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Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 5:28:06 AM | how to create a live elevation in RCP's

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I would like to show the ceiling level on my reflected ceiling plans. If I use a spot dimension  - elevation and hover over the gib ceiling in my RCP the correct ceiling height is displayed on my cursor, but greyed out. when I click this in the hope to place it on my drawing, it does not appear.

Is this the correct way to place live ceiling heights - that are referenced to the model on my RCP, or is there a more specific way?

currently the project has some text written heights on the drawing but are not corresponding with  whats in the elevations.

 


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Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 7:36:20 AM | how to create a live elevation in RCP's

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Drafting > Tag > By Category

 

I've never thought to spot elevation it, but it works on mine. Not sure why it doesn't on your's, but I think the Tag is what you are after? 


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Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 7:51:55 AM | how to create a live elevation in RCP's

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I agree with bauhaus1919 - our ceiling tag reads and gives the material and ceiling height when placed.

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Wed, Jul 9, 2008 at 10:54:11 PM | how to create a live elevation in RCP's

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Hey, Thanks for your reply.

Yes a Tag did the trick, the reson it was not showing was I needed to use a Tag all not taged - selected element tool.

it works! 


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