Saving Custom-Shape Doors or Windows

The shape of the hole is defined by a freely drawn slab or a roof, which is then assigned an ID of Wallhole or Wallniche. Slabs and roofs bearing these IDs will be displayed as a hole or a niche in the wall. (Wallhole and Wallniche are GDL commands used to create holes or niches in walls.)
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Go to the Categories and Properties panel and change the ID field to Wallhole if you want to make a hole and Wallniche if you want to make a niche in the wall.
Note: The Wallhole-type element – regardless of its thickness – will always cut through the wall into which it is placed. The Wallniche-type element, however, will cut into the Wall to an extent that depends on its thickness, as set in Slab/Roof Settings. If you are making a Wallniche, be sure to set the element’s thickness to the desired value.
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Save the selection using the File > Libraries and Objects > Save Selection as command, and choose Window or Door.
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In the Save Door (or Save Window) dialog which appears, enter a name and choose the desired folder location for the new opening:
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Click Save.
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The Change Object’s Basic Settings dialog box appears. Here, you can define the new library part’s default Surfaces, Fills and Pens.
Note: You can further fine-tune these attributes in Object Settings after you place the library part.
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Click OK.
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