construction-demolition linestyle ────x────

construction-demolition linestyle ────x────

Postby atelierpaar » Wed Oct 25, 2017 11:45 am

Hello there,
I am working on construction-demolition plans for a remodeling project.
According to planning requirements it is necessary to indicate demolished building substance like this


outlinestyle : ────x────x────x────x────x────
Color : black
filling : yellow

Is it possible to create such a linestyle for SU or LO

thanks for your comments
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Re: construction-demolition linestyle ────x────

Postby juju » Wed Oct 25, 2017 12:06 pm

Do you have / use Profile Builder 2? You can do it with that.

If I recall, TIG also has a 2D tool that can do that, but will have to search for it in the PluginStore...
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Re: construction-demolition linestyle ────x────

Postby utiler » Thu Oct 26, 2017 7:21 am

Yep, can be done with profile builder.... I created a 2D 'Robe' linetype a while back and it works well.

Should be pretty easy. Actually I might even give it a crack!
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Re: construction-demolition linestyle ────x────

Postby pbacot » Thu Oct 26, 2017 5:32 pm

Off-Topic:
I hate planners. Trying to tell you how to draw. The bureaucrats keep squeezing the life out of this work more each year.

Of course they have had the imagination drained in school, so they can't read a plan unless it's done by proscribed methods that a robot could understand. In fact that's done too, I guess.

I could go on.
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Re: construction-demolition linestyle ────x────

Postby utiler » Fri Oct 27, 2017 12:29 am

@pbacot...... WTF?
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