APS-CONFIG - Door Elevations
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Architectural Production Software 2005

DOOR ELEVATION CONFIGURATION

Main Configuration Dialog
Door and Window Elevation Commands
Door Elevations

Configuration dialog:

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Breakdown of configuration options

Color and Lineweight for Outside Frame

Command affected:  DWELEV

Select the color and lineweight for the outside frame lines of the door (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. The color chosen here will be shown in the door image above (grey for color ByLayer).

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Color and Lineweight for Inside Frame

Command affected:  DWELEV

Select the color and lineweight for the inside frame lines of the door (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. The color chosen here will be shown in the door image above (grey for color ByLayer).

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Color and Lineweight for Raised Panels & Glass Lines

Command affected:  DWELEV

Select the color and lineweight for the raised panels and glass lines of the doors (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. The color chosen here will be shown in the door image above (grey for color ByLayer).

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Color and Lineweight for Trim Lines

Command affected:  DWELEV

Select the color and lineweight for the trim lines of the doors (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. The color chosen here will be shown in the door image above (grey for color ByLayer).

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Bifold, Bipass, and Pocket Doors

Command affected:  DWELEV

Check the top box if you would like trim lines drawn with bifold, bipass, or pocket doors. Next enter the trim and frame thicknesses. Finally enter the distance you would like from each edge of the door to the raised panels.

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Overhead Doors

Command affected:  DWELEV

Check the top box if you would like to draw trim around the overhead door.

If you are drawing trim enter the thicknesses you would like the trim drawn.

Enter the thicknesses you would like the frame drawn.

You may specify a distance that the trim will extend below the bottom of the door (for when the siding and trim extend below the finished floor behind the door). Enter this distance. Enter zero if you don't want the trim to extend below the door.

Enter the distance that you would like the bottom of the door to be placed below the finished floor line. This setting allows you to automatically set the garage floor (and bottom of door) a specified distance below the finish floor for the rest of the building/house.

Finally, select whether you would like the door drawn "Segmented" (with horizontal lines) or "Solid" (with no horizontal lines).

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Standard Swing and Patio Doors

Command affected:  DWELEV

Check the box if you would like to draw trim around standard swing (single and double) and patio doors.

If you are drawing trim enter the thicknesses you would like the trim drawn.

Since the siding and trim usually extend below the finished floor you may specify a distance that the trim will extend below the bottom of the door. Enter the distance the trim should extend below the bottom of the door. Enter zero if you don't want the trim to extend below the door.

Enter the thickness for the frame.

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Door Lites

Command affected:  DWELEV

Enter the distances that you would like from the edge of the door to the glass for each type of door configuration. Also enter the thickness for the glazing lines or "glass stop" lines.

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