APS-CONFIG - TUB Command
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Architectural Production Software 2005

TUB COMMAND CONFIGURATION

Main Configuration Dialog
Residential Floor Plan Commands
TUB Command

Configuration dialog:

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Breakdown of configuration options

Tub Size Text

Command affected:  TUB

Check this box if you would like text inserted inside the tub that states the size of the tub. The text would say the following:

<Length in inches> x <Width in inches>  TUB

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Tub Text

Command affected:  TUB

If the tub size text above is checked you will see this:

You may also have the TUB command insert another line of text below the "size" line. Enter the text to display below this "size" line here. Leave this blank if you do not want another line of text shown below the "size" line.

If the tub size text above is not checked you will see this:

Even without the "size" note above you may still enter a note to put in the center of the tub. Enter what you would like this note to say here. Leave this blank if you do not want any text shown in the tub.

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Tub Lines

Command affected:  TUB

Select the linetype, color, and lineweight you would like for the tub lines (How to select colors). If you are using release 14 or earlier the lineweight value will have no effect now, but we encourage you to set it so you won't have to later when you upgrade. The linetypes listed are from the linetype files specified in the LType Cmd section of this configuration utility.

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Shower Rod / Tub Enclosure Line

Command affected:  TUB

Check the box if you would like a line representing a shower rod / tub enclosure drawn. Select the linetype, color, and lineweight you would like for this line (How to select colors). If you are using release 14 or earlier the lineweight value will have no effect now, but we encourage you to set it so you won't have to later when you upgrade. The linetypes listed are from the linetype files specified in the LType Cmd section of this configuration utility.

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