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nl:produkte:cad_2017:parkplaetze [2016/03/23 14:08] (huidige)
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 +====== Parking spaces ======
 +<WRAP round info 60%>
 +Command: **PARKEN**
 +===== Description =====
 +With the command **PARKEN** you can design parking spaces on the basis of a polyline. The parameters can be controlled via several options. The desired drawing elements will be inserted into your drawing automatically. ​
 +===== Procedure =====
 +  - After entering the command a dialogue box opens containing multiple settings for parking areas.\\ \\ {{:​produkte:​cad:​entwurf:​zei0500.png?​nolink|}}\\ \\ 
 +  - In the Preview you can see the current implementation of the options. Every newly selected parameter causes an update of the preview. ​
 +  - After confirming with **[OK]** you have to specify in the drawing two points that create a line on which the parking spaces will be aligned. It is recommended to use the Object Snap (F3) if you have already drawn a (poly)line.  ​
 +<WRAP round tip 90%>
 +The drawing elements will be inserted as disconnected polylines that can be edited individually.
 +===== Functions =====
 +The following settings are availble:
 +|**Type**|Select between **single row**, **double row**, or **double row with median**. In the latter enter in the field behind median width the value in metres.|
 +|**Draw**|The options in the field control the creatíng of each drawing element. Optionally, edgemarkings,​ first/last side line, **front line**, and **rear line** can be selected.|
 +|**Dimensions**|In this field the dimensions for **width** and **length** as well as the parking angle can be specified. The **number** for the parking spaces can be **automatically** calculated. Here, the specified dimensions are applied on a distance between two selected points. Alternatively,​ untick the field "​automatic"​ and enter the number of requested parking spaces directly in the "​number"​ field.|