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#1 Jerry Gagne

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Posted 06 January 2021 - 08:50 AM

Happy New Year All

 

This is most likely a silly question but where can I find the list of walls in softplan and the ones I created so I can print that list out.

Thanks in advance

 

Jerry

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#2 Tim Stockton

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Posted 06 January 2021 - 01:23 PM

Not sure how to get a good printable list other than going to System Options -> Define Wall -> Import/Export.  From there you will see the list of all of the walls and you can choose what file your pulling in as well.  You will need to cut and paste the items from there or type them in to a document based on that list.



#3 Jerry Gagne

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Posted 06 January 2021 - 01:31 PM

Thanks Tim

 

Yes I've done that but was hoping there was  another way that I was missing.

Thanks again

Stay safe

Jerry



#4 Keith Almond

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Posted 06 January 2021 - 09:10 PM

Not really sure why you want it or what you intend to do with it, but you could try this ...

 

Open the SYSTEM OPTIONS wall list and EXPORT your current list to a file.

Open Windows Notepad and open the SOFTPLAN\SPUTIL\ *.spw file you just created. you may have to change the file type dropdown from .txt to ALL FILES (*.*)

Once you do this, you will see something like this:

 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

<TOP 30 or 40 LINES omitted>

 

; WALL DEFINITIONS
;---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
VERSION0
IMPERIAL
; 0
;
BEGINWALL
Partition 1.5"
96
0
STUD_SPACING 16
END_TREATMENT NO
DRYWALL_A 0 0 0.5 96 STRETCH
ATTRIBUTES LINE_STYLE=SOLID 
ATTRIBUTES O_PEN=1 O_VISIBLE=OFF O_COLOR=BROWN
ATTRIBUTES I_PEN=1 I_VISIBLE=OFF I_COLOR=BROWN
ATTRIBUTES TEXTURE_PATTERN=NO_TEXTURE 
ATTRIBUTES T_PEN=3 T_VISIBLE=OFF T_COLOR=BROWN
 
etc ............. etc.
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
You can block delete a lot of the lines (read that as MOST) and leave yourself with an editable list you can print. It may be faster than retyping the whole list. Depends on your typing skills ...

Keith

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