LaszloNagy wrote: ↑Tue Mar 09, 2021 1:43 pm
Hi Minh, I tried your suggestions.
1. In case I uncheck the "Hide Door/Window/Skylight/Opening Symbol" checkbox, the situation is indeed better as the "04 Change Plan" Reno Filter now correctly shows demolished items, correctly overridden in color. This is the case with the "00 Show All Elements" filter as well since the checkbox is checked there as well by default. However, override issues still remain even after I make sure that no Reno Filters have the "Hide Door/Window/Skylight/Opening Symbol" checkbox checked.
2. I still have issues with elements staying randomly overridden after I activate a filter in which a Demo/New element Override is active, then activate another filter in which it should not be, but the override color sticks.
So I think there is more to this. I do not see how it is possible to use the "Rebuild and Regenerate" command in a Schedule. I can only either close the Schedule Window and reopen it (the override stays) or click the Control button at the top left of the generated Schedule and use the "Rebuild Schedule" command (the override stays).
So, in such as case, the only way I can restore the correct operation is if I activate a Filter in which nothing is overridden AND which does not display elements that were previously overridden. So, for example, "05" New Construction" has New elements overridden. I have to now activate "01 Existing Plan" because it has no override and it does not display New elements, then I can activate "00 Show All Elements" and it will show correctly, with no override stuck on the New elements.
So, in summary, I still believe that this is something that should be looked at by development because users cannot be expected to be aware of such convoluted workarounds if the override gets stuck in a Schedule.
Thank you for the answer!
I tried to reproduce the issue with Graphic Override relating to Renovation in Archicad 22 and 24. It turned out that this issue has existed for a while now, but in my opinion, it's more like a glitch rather than an actual bug. Here is how I reproduce the issue:
1. Draw a wall with Existing status.
2. Add 3 windows with 3 different renovation statuses.
3. Set up 4 renovation filters showing: all windows with no override; only override To be Demolished
; only override New
; override both To be demolished
4. Save 4 schedule views with 4 different renovation filters.
5. Save the file and reopen. Open all schedule views at least once.
6. Duplicate a To be demolished
7. Open the schedule views. They seem to be "wrong" now.
The correct override will be registered when we do a Rebuild & Regenerate
(Ctrl+Alt+Shift+R, or available in View > Refresh
while holding the Alt
key). Placing these views into layouts will also give us the correct result.
I think that there might be a "cache" somehow within the file itself in case the elements in schedule are very similar, in order to speed up the generation process. When we do a Rebuild & Regenerate, the whole model is refreshed and rebuilt, thus the schedule views are corrected.
I attached a file made in AC22 that captures the incorrect state. Please let me know your opinion about this!
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