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    Hey All

    I thought I would share my block library with you all.
    I have been working on this for quite some time.
    Hopefully you guys find it useful.

    Please Note:
    These blocks have properties that don't have grips.
    you will need to open the property palette to see their full dynamics.

    Cheers
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    Thanks for sharing.
    If you have a technical question, please find the appropriate forum and ask it there.
    You will get a quicker response from your fellow AUGI members than if you sent it to me via a PM or email.
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    very nice, the way I would do it if I was allowed at my office, is to create one block on layer 0 for each item (example diff for diffuser), they have allowed me to make a few blocks on layer 0. the layer names shorter (example hsduct for supply duct, we have a command HS which will put you on the layer). our duct turns, transitions, taps and duct are created on layer 0. this allows us to put them on any layer that we want. the duct turns are done using visibility states. here is the basic block called "DUS". it also has single line functiom
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    Cheers for the feedback mate.
    I cant seem to see your attachment, it just appears as a box with a 1 in it.
    I understand what you mean about the layer 0, the reason the layers are controlled within the blocks are so you can select all your blocks and change the phase.
    It just allows us to convert new blocks to existing easily, it could probably do with some work, i am sure there are better ways that this.

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