Hi, I have a bunch of elevations created on curtain walls. I was naming the views and parameter mark of the curtain wall by the level they were on. That was this whole crazy thing below. It named them with the prefix of the level but in a poor logical order and sometimes put the wrong name to the wrong element. I think this was because of not sorting the lists at the end by the key group at the start.
Anyway. Ultimately my idea to number the curtain walls and views in a logical order on a plan is to group the curtain walls by level, extract each group of curtain walls by level and run their own line through them by their average points on each level. Hopefully this line will run through by the next closest point to it. Then I can use this line to number them as it goes through them. Similar to a door numbering script I have (that numbers doors by closest to a line). Ultimately getting a plan that looks like its numbered curtain walls/windows with some sense.
Group the curtain walls by level. My start is below but I’m not quite sure how to group the elements after?
Once I’ve got those elements grouped, I’ll try make a line through each grouped element on a level. Something like below. Need to figure out 1 to give this a go properly.
Then ill use some other stuff I already have to name it with correct prefixes.
The views for each of the curtain wall elements will be named the same as the curtain wall marks. I’m wondering if changing the grouping order of the curtain wall elements is going to stuff up the naming of the views.
Sorry if this is too many things in one post. Tried to make the best sense of it I could. Pretty much just need help with grouping 1 if I’m on the right track. Thanks for any help