Thu Apr 13, 2017 6:50 am
Bruce wrote:Did a search, couldn't readily find a previous poll.
Not so easy to find sometime - I know.
Here is one...http://archicad-talk.graphisoft.com/vie ... hp?t=53426
And another ...http://archicad-talk.graphisoft.com/vie ... p?p=262504
Bruce wrote:Multiple items can be selected in schedules - this is done when "Merge Uniform Items" is checked. In this case, ArchiCAD will go to the lowest floor of the selected elements.
I was referring to you saying you wanted to select objects in elevation/3D which is very easy to do across multiple stories when you select multiple objects.
I mentioned it could be done via the schedule just to say that yes you can select multiple objects on multiple stories - but it will only go to the selection on one storey.
TIP: You can also select the heading in the schedule to select all objects at once listed under that heading - but again only on the current storey you have open will show the selection.
Unfortunately you can't select multiple random objects in a schedule.
If your schedule sorts by storey then it will automatically show the selection on that floor even if you current floor is set to something different - it will change stories automatically in this case.
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