|Window Profile Depth||Number||Type: Dimensions|
|Window Profile Width||Number||Type: Dimensions|
|Wx Opening Swing||Number||Type: Graphics|
|Wx Window Depth Position||Number||Type: Graphics|
|Wx Window Overlap||Number||Type: Graphics|
|Wx Plan Symbol Line Visibility||Number||Type: Graphics|
Window Profile Depth sets the depth of the casement frame.
Window Profile Width sets the width of the casement frame.
Wx Opening Swing controls the visibility of the casement frame and sets the location of the hinges indcated via the symbol lines.
To set an individual pane to fix glazing, set
Wx Opening Swing = 0. Setting the value to one of the values > 0 shown in the below table shows the casement frame and sets the hinge location (symbol line directions).
|12||Top + Left||Top + Right|
|14||Top + Right||Top + Left|
|32||Bottom + Left||Bottom + Right|
|34||Bottom + Right||Bottom + Left|
Wx Window Depth Position sets the depth position of the casement frame in relation to the window frame. A positive value places the casement frame outwards and a negative value places the casement frame inwards.
Wx Window Overlap sets the overlap of an individual casement frame.
The All-in-One Window Family allows you to put together quite complex window layouts. The parameter
Wx Plan Symbol Line Visibility sets the visibility of each individual window pane as symbol lines in the plan, which allows you to control which window panes shall be shown in the plan view, independant of cut height.
Our families are used all over the world, which makes naming parameters really tricky.
Terms aren't always the same, and if they are, they might have a different meaning between what we and you refer them to.
Please get in touch with us , if you come across one of those cases, if the documentation isn't clear enough, is missing some scenarios, or if you just want to have a chat.