In the thread, he gives instructions on how the door families work, and a link to download the 179mb zip package: First important part. The way they work is you only place the ones that say DOOR at the beginning of their name, obviously. … Download Link for the v4 Doors, a sample file with the doors in them, and the Door Schedule accompanying them, is here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/lcr5gobpuv…015v4.zip?dl=0
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While editing a Group, you can’t create an Array. There are two workarounds:
Make the array ‘outside the group’ and then Add it to the Group. This requires you to Finish Group, make Array, Edit Group, Add… etc
You could use a line based Component as an array ‘guide’ to provide you with the intervals you need, and then Copy Multiple. If you are in a Detail Group, use a Detail Component, if you are in a Model Group, use a Generic Model.
Here are some links to download my array guide components These components have two instance properties – one to control the size of the ‘tick’, and one to control how many elements / divisions are in the array.