APS-CONFIG - Cabinetry Elevation Commands
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Architectural Production Software 2005

CABINETRY ELEVATION COMMAND CONFIGURATION

Main Configuration Dialog
Cabinetry Elevation Commands
 

Configuration dialog:

Click on an area of the dialog below to go to the description for that area:

The button keeps changes made and takes you back to the Main Configuration Dialog.

The button discards changes made and takes you back to the Main Configuration Dialog.

The button brings you to this web page for help during the command (without canceling).

 

Breakdown of configuration options

 

Layer Control

Commands affected:  BASECABS, BASEDRAWERS, UPPERCABS

Note:  The commands shown in this image and the images below have been taken from the Architectural Symbols set of commands. The list of commands shown will match those listed in the "Commands affected" list above.

 

 

Choose the layer control method you would like to use from the choices listed. You may create all new objects on whichever layer is current at the time or you may assign a layer to each of the commands. To assign layers to each of the commands select "Assign layers...to use" as shown above and then click on a command name from the list in the box (scroll down for more as needed). The following dialog will appear:

 

Edit the layer properties for the command selected as needed and press "OK" to save them. 

 

For those with the APS Layer Control System component loaded

If you have either the complete APS system or have the Layer Control system component loaded you may also use layer types for your layer control. 

To use layer types select "Assign layers using layer types" like shown above then select a command from the list in the box (scroll down as needed). The following dialog will appear:

Choose a layer type from your list of layer types like shown here at left.

There are two ways to use layer types: "Single Layer Assignment" or with "Layer Schemes". Set which of these types of layer control methods you would like to use in the Layer Control Configuration dialog.

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Color and Lineweight for Cabinets

Commands affected:  BASECABS, BASEDRAWERS, UPPERCABS

Select the color and lineweight for the lines of all of the cabinetry elevation types (how to select colors). If you are using release 14 or earlier the lineweight value will have no effect, but we encourage you to set it so you won't have to later when you upgrade.

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Color and Lineweight for Light Lines of the Cabinets

Commands affected:  BASECABS, BASEDRAWERS, UPPERCABS

Select the color and lineweight for the light lines for cabinetry elevations (how to select colors). If you are using release 14 or earlier the lineweight value will have no effect, but we encourage you to set it so you won't have to later when you upgrade.

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Cabinetry Shelves

Command affected:  BASECABS, BASEDRAWERS, UPPERCABS

Check this box if you would like to show shelving lines behind the doors in base cabinets that are not for a sink.

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Door Swing Lines

Command affected:  BASECABS, BASEDRAWERS, UPPERCABS

Check this box if you would like to show the "door swing lines" on the cabinet doors.

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Linetype for Shelves & Door Swing Lines

Command affected:  BASECABS, BASEDRAWERS, UPPERCABS

Select the linetype for the shelf lines and door swing lines (if drawn). The linetypes listed are from the linetype files specified in the LType Cmd section of this configuration utility.

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Default Height for Top of Upper Cabinets

Command affected:  UPPERCABS

Enter the height that you would like the upper cabinetry to be inserted at. The insertion point for the cabinet will be this distance below the top left corner point of the cabinet.

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