It is one of the few tags that can directly access the Level parameter – quite useful, even to the point where I created secondary Design Option called Level Tagger with a bit of Ceiling on it, and then use a Ceiling “Level” Tag to give me the Level in given views.
Using Copy – Paste Aligned to Selected Levels for the bit of Ceiling, and
Copy – Paste Aligned to Selected Views for the Ceiling “Level” tag.
The secondary Design Option is only turned on when I want to use this particular tag, meaning that the Ceilings are typically hidden.
Oh, you can also tag normal Ceilings with Ceiling Tags 🙂
Another method of tagging the Level parameter is using the Case Param to Param tool:
- Add a Text SP in the Project (shared parameter) to the Category for which you want to tag the Level property (ie. Floors)
- Use Param to Param to copy the Level parameter of Floors to the SP you added in step 1
- Add that SP to a Floor tag to tag the “Level”