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Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 8:44:13 PM | Different Lineweights for Different Types of Walls

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Hello!  I am in the process of setting up lineweights in our company template.  I am curious to know if there is a way I can change the lineweight of the wall depending on the type of wall it is.  For example, is it possible to make bathroom stall walls or soffit walls a different cut lineweight than exterior walls?  They are showing up too think in my plans and sections when all of the other walls are looking good.  I know in object styles it only gives the option of changing the "Wall" lineweights but I am hoping there is a way around this.  Thanks!


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Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 9:07:50 PM | Different Lineweights for Different Types of Walls

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If your interior walls were on a different workset, you could set up a filter to change these lines but it miay not do exactly what you want.

 

  1. VG for the view
  2. Filter tab / add new
  3. Pick walls
  4. Then filter by workset
  5. add that filter
  6. change the vg cut lines....

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Wed, Dec 14, 2011 at 5:37:36 AM | Different Lineweights for Different Types of Walls

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You can also use a variaty of other type parameters to filer by. We use 'Function' alot for interior vs exterior walls. You may want to try and use type comments = Stall etc..... And you can add these to your template and in turn view templates.

Filtering is probably the only way to get close to what you want.

 

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