Spaces

  • Posted by rob gibson on June 26, 2023 at 9:50 am

    Is there a way to get the spaces i,ve created to display on an exported PDF?

    appreciate any pointers

    Isaac Harned replied 1 year ago 3 Members · 8 Replies
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  • Doug McLean

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    Not too sure what you mean?

    • rob gibson

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      when you create a space, and then set it to highlight……….is there a way to export that

      to a pdf without creating additional markups?

      • Doug McLean

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        in a word no, but….

        You can copy/ paste a Space into another PDF.

  • Isaac Harned

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    Once you are in edit spaces mode, you can highlight as mentioned. If you want them to be labeled, I believe the easiest way would be to create measurements and control the caption to display the name space. I only know of the manual way to do this, but maybe someone who works more with spaces would have a better idea.

    • Isaac Harned

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      If just trying to get the highlight to print without label, this may be what you are looking for:

      • rob gibson

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        this actually worked when i printed to a bluebeam pdf…………thanks

  • rob gibson

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    thanks Guys,

    resorted to creating areas from spaces and manually labelled them all.

    Had a large scheme that i was trying to break down into areas for stage payments

    over several floors and varying footprints……..and wanted to have a legegend to go with the proforma splits.

    • Isaac Harned

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      June 28, 2023 at 9:06 am
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      If just trying to split your measurements or counts by space, and still trying to keep the visual split, you can activate the spaces column for your legend, and keep all your spaces separated by color. Don’t forget you can sort the columns in the legend any way you need. You may still be needing that label though depends on your system.

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