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Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 4:46:57 AM | Wall Tags not unique for stacked walls




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Hi all,

I have same problem.

What I want is tagging stacked wall on Wall finish plan, and schedule what I have tagged.

I tried to use Project Shared parameter, but it works not very well.

Please help me to find another solutions.

Thanks all.

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Tue, Feb 25, 2014 at 1:15:43 PM | Wall Tags not unique for stacked walls



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A stacked wall can not be tagged as one.  It is a stack of walls....each can be tagged by their own type.

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Fri, Sep 16, 2016 at 3:17:50 PM | Wall Tags not unique for stacked walls




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I have a solution for you all.

I have 2 wall types for relatively identical walls.  Wall Type A is a Load Bearing Wall and has heavier guage steel studs, and Wall Type B is Non-Load Bearing.  Both walls are stacked walls; Efis above Stone.

In order to get wall tags A & B to display correctly:

  1. first I duplicated the stacked wall, and named the two Identical stacked wall types "Efis above Stone - A", and "Efis above Stone - B".
  2. Next I noticed that the wall tags are tagging the wall which the plans view range is cutting through, this being the upper wall of the stacked wall, I went to my walls and duplicated the Efis Wall and named the two "Efis - A", and "Efis - B"
  3. Go into the properties of wall type B and change the Type Mark to "B".
  4. Now assign the new uppper wall types, A & B to their respective stacked walls A & B.

This solved my wall tagging issues with stacked walls, especially since they were just duplicates of eachother, and the only differnce beiing in how I notate, and detail them in other views, but the wall tags now work correctly.


Please reply if you that wasn't clear enough, or you need a visual, I can create a screencast if needed.

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