- Thu Oct 18, 2007 4:46 pm
As with so many things, there is a workaround which keeps things associative to at least one story. It requires that you have a new layer for the dimensions that are to appear on multiple stories. (If you have some dimensions for structural plans and others for architectural, of course, you need more than one new layer...)
Place those 'common' dimensions in the new layer and create a combo and view that displays only those dimensions.
When you place a floor plan on a layout, you'll also place this common dimension view exactly on top of it. As in all versions of ArchiCAD, the alignment of multiple drawings is accomplished via a common hotspot. Place a hotspot somewhere reasonable in the plan on the ArchiCAD layer so that it is always visible (they do not print). Use this on the layout to snap the two drawings on top of each other.
The placement is a one time thing of course, and can even be in your template for future projects. The common dimensions are associative to the floor that they were placed on. The only error/omission concern now is if the dimensioned elements are no longer common...for example an upper story becomes cantilevered. This is still better than the static or hotspot oriented solution which requires editing, stretching, or re-pasting, I think?
One possible workaround anyway...
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