CAB # in nested diagrams

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CAB # in nested diagrams

Postby Marvin Pate » Sat, Apr 07 2007, 10:39AM

When I do a nested diagram, the nested list of cabinet parts, provides a CAB # beside of the name of a cabinet in the nest. The CAB # is always preceed by the letter 'B' then the number of the cabinet. Example: B2, B4, etc. I know the number represents the cabinets from the batch list, but where does the letter 'B' come from and can I change the letter to something else. There are times when I am making several cabinet batches at once and it would be nice to have the CAB # represent the initials of the cabinet job, or another letter instead of the 'B\" that I am getting. Thank you for any input.

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Postby Kerry Fullington » Sat, Apr 07 2007, 12:19PM

Marvin,
The \"B\" is there to let you know this was a Batch cabinet. This will distinguish between cabinets added by batch to a custom layout.
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Postby Marvin Pate » Sat, Apr 07 2007, 4:02PM

Thanks...

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Re: CAB # in nested diagrams

Postby alainalbert » Wed, Jun 26 2019, 8:08AM

it would be great if we could change the B to another letter, the perfect example would be to help distinguish between B=Base and U=Upper and P=panel etc... It would also be great if we could have more control over the number as when you want to skip a number or start a different room at a different number.


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