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    Default Offset from last array

    Hey All,

    I am trying to create a Louvre family with various parameters for the Height and Width. I have so far managed to create an array formula so that as the height grows, assuming their is sufficient space for them, additional blades will also be added.

    My standard is to have a 75mm airway and a 75mm blade on the front elevation. I would also like to maintain this 75mm gap between the last top blade and the top capping. The height of the front top capping will always vary depending on the height of the Louvre, so i wanted to lock this capping so that it is always 75mm above the last blade.

    I can do this but as soon as i expand the array by increasing the Louvre height i cant get a reference to follow the last created blade in the array.

    Is this possible to do or is there another way to go about it?
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    Default Re: Offset from last array

    Darren,
    I've attached an updated file. I think this is what your looking for.
    Louvre.rfa

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