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Wed, Nov 18, 2015 at 3:42:46 PM | Embedded window schedule in Room schedule

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I would like to embed a window schedule into my room schedule. Unfortunatly the location point of a window lies in the wall, whereas my room reaches upto the wall face. As a result the windows do not show up in the embedded schedule. Anyway to resolve this? Without changing the Room Computation rules, as this also changes my other Room Schedules.

I already tried adapting my window-family, by moving the wall and window (you cant move the center of a calculation point).

 

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Wed, Nov 18, 2015 at 4:14:59 PM | Embedded window schedule in Room schedule

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I have not tried to do what you are doing soI don't know if this works....

The calc point is set to the original, center front/back reference plane.  But your wall and window do not have to reside there.  Move them instead.


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Thu, Nov 19, 2015 at 7:03:49 AM | Embedded window schedule in Room schedule

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I've alreadt tried this, by moving the wall and other reference planes, but is still didn't work, eventhough the center of the location point was in the room. It appears to me that this is some bug.

As you can see in the attached image: the center of the location point is placed on the interior side. Still no avail. I only get a window to show up if I put it completely inside the room; i.e. place a new wall in the room and then place a window.



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