Join Eric Wing for an in-depth discussion in this video Linking Parameters in an in-place family, part of Revit: Families.
…Now that we have a family called style and rail, and…a family called style, it's time to merge the two families together.…What this video will focus on is how…to insert a nested family into a hosting family.…We will then link the parameters of the style family…to the hosting parameters of the style and rail family.…This will give us the flexibility we need, to control the panel system properly.…To get started, go ahead and open the…families called style and rail and let's follow along.…Let's go into the style.rfa file.…All the way to the right we'll see loading the project on the Family Editor panel.…
Go ahead and click that.…You will see that it's following your cursor along.…Go ahead and pick a point right about here.…Then hit Escape.…The next objective is to align and lock the style to our reference planes.…On the modified panel, click the Align button.…Select the vertical reference plane first, then select the left face of the style.…Click the Lock button.…To line the bottom go ahead and select…the horizontal reference plane and what we need…
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