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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 4:24:10 PM | In Place Furniture Family will not schedule to its reference level

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I have a room with one custom piece of shelving that I want to schedule as furniture. It doesnt exist anywhere else in the project. It was modeled as in an in-place family as a simple extrusion with the floor level as the workplane. All other information attached to it shows up in the schedule but it does not schedule by level. The schedule sorts starting with the floor level and then the room number. Because the in-place family is not reporting its level for some reason it falls out of both sorting orders and floats at the top. What needs to be done so that Revit understands that the reference level is a level by which to schedule the object associated to it. What am I doing wrong?



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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 5:13:06 PM | In Place Furniture Family will not schedule to its reference level

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Is it furniture?  Did you set that category in the in-place model?  (oops - I see it does schedule as furn.)

The entire family has to reside it the room (including invisible lines)  to schedule in that room.  edit the in-place model as needed.


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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 6:04:41 PM | In Place Furniture Family will not schedule to its reference level

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Everything in the model is well within the room including symbolic lines and otherwise. It schedules per the room just fine. The level is just being omitted for some reason which is what messes up its place in the schedule. How do you get in place families to recognize the level even with the workplane set to that level?


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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 6:26:14 PM | In Place Furniture Family will not schedule to its reference level

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Change your schedule.  Instead of using the level from the furniture category, use the level from the room.


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Tue, Mar 27, 2012 at 6:51:25 PM | In Place Furniture Family will not schedule to its reference level

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Success! How simple! I knew I was missing something basic. Still surprised that the in-place family could not give the level for the schedule but its working now despite this little snafu. Thanks so much for your help!


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