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  1. ChadEdwards

    Privacy Fence

    Get nothing for gates...
  2. ChadEdwards

    Privacy Fence

    Got it! Was selecting the dog panels in the Baluster option, no wonder the shape was bad... now to find those gates, I really do not see the Gates folder in the Library. How do I get that content?
  3. ChadEdwards

    Privacy Fence

    Thanks, yes I saw that post already, but when you actually try to create a fence like I describe it is not working... how do you use the dog-eared panel to create one, does not work for me. I also don't see Gates in the catalog under that location or anywhere else??
  4. ChadEdwards

    Privacy Fence

    How do I use the Fence to create a standard 3 rail, 5-1/2 in dog-eared picket fence? I tried the panels from library but they come in weird width and rotated towards the view, not in-plane with the fence line. I tried 5-1/2 in ballusters but it makes them square and too thick. I searched the KB but not much on it. Chad HDP-2016
  5. ChadEdwards

    Not to scale dimensions

    Thanks Eric, that's what I figured. Does Chief have the feature?
  6. ChadEdwards

    Not to scale dimensions

    Thanks David, what I am saying is the model distance is one value, I need it to be another and the dimension to show that but do not have time to work all the related edits to make the model dimensions perfect so I want to just force the dimension to read the correct value in the layout drawing. I am placing text over the model view dimension and it shows up in the layout the same correct value. Is there a way to just edit the dimension values as an NTS value and the dimension does not update or drive any geometry?
  7. ChadEdwards

    Not to scale dimensions

    Can I override a dimension value in HDP-2016 to use a specific value in the layout (NTS)? I know I can put text over the value with a white background to mask the actual value, is there a better way if I don't have time to modify the model?