Type: Posts; User: danellis
Sounds like OFFSET would be the way to go...
The DWG's in post 6 on the previous page
See, I thought you meant this...
Would INTERFERE jump straight to this point?
Don't understand why removing the internal walls would have fixed it, but I'm glad that worked.
I often find that roofs works better if you create a polyline of the footprint, move that off out...
The gable commandline switch is something you use within the ROOFADD command to tell ACA that the next stretch of roof either is, or isn't, going to be a gable so working through in sequence:
Roofs do sometime behave strangely - I've no idea why! Will it let you drag the point in or out, changing the steepness of the hip end?
Given that it's a fairly simply roof I'd probably redraw...
The line indicates where the cut has been taken and the arrow the direction of view.
North's got nothing to do with it.
Bigal, RomRom's post #4 implied to me that he may want the hatching on separate layers, but he'd have to clarify that.[/quote]
Are you getting any error messages?
Not necessarily, although that was what I'd thought you wanted to do from your OP.
If you needed them to be on different layers then you'd need to include for a "converter" to tell the routine...
The "simple" way would be to be to cycle through your selection checking for closed polylines.
if the object's a closed polyline then read off it's layer, and set that to current.
Hatch the object...
The second computer isn't finding where the custom linetypes from the first. You'll need access to the first computer for any fix, but it sounds like you have that.
The easiest way would be to...
Hate to throw a spanner in the works, but is that actually what you want to do?
The reason I ask is that there's a list of "standard" scales from which the actual scale of a drawing is selected....
Assuming that MEP works on the save principle as AutoCAD Architecture:
Look into Display Configurations - You'll want to create and set a cut plane (with above and below constraints) for each...
I'd actually go so far as to suggest that the people who do it properly are the real "trouble makers" because they're out-numbered by those who don't!
Nowhere near me (Bristol) - good, I can't be tempted to put a quote in lol
Where is local?
Roughly speaking, yes, your maths is correct. Please do remember that the dormer would have to be rear-facing to count as PD = if it's front-facing you'd still need planning permission.
According to the Planning Portal extensions guide here: http://www.planningportal.gov.uk/uploads/miniguides/lofts/Lofts.pdf at that size (27.5m2) Planning Permission would be required, and it would...