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Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 1:49:59 AM | System Families: Spot Elevation Tag

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Hi All

I have a bit of an problem regarding the spot elevation. I am using the spot tag to show the FFL in my project which indicates the height it is situated in the project, but now I need to add another height to the tag to indicate the sea level offset. Example: My ground floor level is at 0 in my project and the sea level from the ground floor is 16371. I dont want to change my Level heights to an sea level height (It gets confusing). So I want to create an spot elevation tag with both heights (sea level and project level) that looks like this: FFL 0 (16371).

Any help or solutions are most welcomed.

Thank you in advance


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Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 7:22:13 AM | System Families: Spot Elevation Tag

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You should really learn to use your HELP.  Under spot elevations, you will read this:

Elevation Origin If the origin value is set to Project, then the elevation reported is with respect to the project origin. If set to Shared, then the elevation reported is with respect to the shared origin. If the base value is set to Relative, then the elevation reported is with respect to the level in the Relative Base instance parameter. You can change the shared origin by relocating the project. See Relocating and Mirroring a Project

 

And I don't see any options so this as indicated is either / or.



Edited on: Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 7:23:37 AM

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