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Wed, Nov 2, 2005 at 11:01:36 PM | Room finish schedule question

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Hello I am trying to create a room finish schedule that can automatically identify the materials on each wall of a room (North, South, East, West). I tried drawing a room with 2 walls cmu and 2 walls gyp, but it does not recognize them and all I can do is call them out as 'painted' in the schedule. Has anyone dealt with this? Thanks

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Wed, Nov 2, 2005 at 11:06:12 PM | RE: Room finish schedule question

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This is what key notes were invented for (if you have lots of rooms that are the same). There is no way to have the wall materials actually link to the room finish schedule. You can add parameters to rooms for each wall and then manually type in the materials for each in the schedule. HTH.

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Wed, Nov 2, 2005 at 11:34:52 PM | RE: Room finish schedule question

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That's what I thought. How hard would that have been to add into the room schedule routine, right? Thanks

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Thu, Nov 3, 2005 at 11:24:53 PM | RE: Room finish schedule question

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The difficulty comes from the number of walls that make up the room. It tends to vary. For this reason it wouldn't really be logical to have these parameters unless all your rooms were rectangular. You could easily add these extra project parameters to your template so they are there for all future projects.

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Thu, Nov 3, 2005 at 11:27:15 PM | RE: Room finish schedule question

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Thanks - I see what you mean now about multiple facets.

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Wed, Jul 8, 2009 at 8:33:52 PM | Room finish schedule question

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Is this still true now that we are in Revit 2010?

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