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    Default Creating a column familie that attach at the top level.

    Hello guys. I have created a retangular shape column familie with parameters to control the dimensions in the axis X and Y. When i loaded it in the model the X and Y parameters i have created work well, BUT the columns's height don't attach to the top level.

    So, can anyone help me with this? Is there some parameter i should have created to do this??

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    Default Re: Creating a column familie that attach at the top level.

    To make it work with a default relationship to both the placement level and the level above you'll need to start with a family template with two levels.

    See this post: http://revitoped.blogspot.dk/2013/05...e-for-two.html
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