|Window Subframe Width||Number||Type: Dimensions|
|Frame Depth||Number||Type: Dimensions|
|Wx Visibility||Yes/No||Type: Graphics|
|Wx Position Horizontal||Number||Type: Graphics|
|Wx Position Vertical||Number||Type: Graphics|
|Wx Width %||Number||Type: Graphics|
|Wx Height %||Number||Type: Graphics|
|Wx Offset Horizontal.||Number||Type: Graphics|
|Wx Offset Vertical.||Number||Type: Graphics|
Window Subframe Width sets the width for all Mullions & Transoms.
Mullions & Transoms adopt the depth from the window frame set via the
Frame Depth parameter.
The All-in-One Window Family comes in a 5 and a 10 pane version. For simplicity we refer to
Wx ... which would translate to
W1 ... to
Wx Visibility controlls the visibility of each window pane, allowing to show only 1 or up to 10 panes that can be individually configured.
Once a window pane is visible, it's position (alignment) can be controlled via the parameters
Wx Position Horizontal and
Wx Position Vertical.
Wx Width % sets the width of each individual window pane as percentage of the total window frame width.
Wx Height % sets the height of each individual window pane as percentage of the total window frame height.
Wx Offset Horizontal. offsets the individual window pane as percentage of the total window frame width from the side that's set via the parameter
Wx Position Horizontal.
Wx Offset Vertical. offsets the individual window pane as percentage of the total window frame height from the side that's set via the parameter
Wx Position Vertical
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.