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Fri, Jan 15, 2010 at 5:37:47 PM | Swing(able) hinged shutters

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I am currently working on a historic project where the shutters are hinged and sit at various angles. I've attempted to make a wall based family but can't seem to get the swing angle parameter to work. After reading Mr. Spot's nested array tutorial (there will be louvers in the shutters), do I need to make the frame in a generic template, put the swing parameter there, and then nest it in the wall-based family to make the swing work? Any info will be greatly appreciated. Working in RAC2009.

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