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*Jarod
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Arched Top in Curtain Wall

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09-15-2004 07:27 AM
I'm trying to do a Arched Top in 2 of the top panels in the curtain wall, see attached file to see what I mean. Thanks for your help, Jarod Attachment not added (content type not allowed): "Arched Top in Curtain Wall.rvt"
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Re: Arched Top in Curtain Wall

09-15-2004 02:47 PM in reply to: *Jarod
Something strange happened to your post, I replied this morning, however now my reply is gone. Anyway all you do is select the curtain PANEL by tabbing on the edge of it, then click edit and draw the shape you want.
*Jarod
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Re: Arched Top in Curtain Wall

09-15-2004 03:16 PM in reply to: *Jarod
I'll keeping working on that idea but the model lines aren't sticking. Can you give me a model that has one done? "sdbrown" wrote in message news:30312211.1095284862615.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > Something strange happened to your post, I replied this morning, however > now my reply is gone. Anyway all you do is select the curtain PANEL by > tabbing on the edge of it, then click edit and draw the shape you want.
*Scott Davis
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Re: Arched Top in Curtain Wall

09-15-2004 06:10 PM in reply to: *Jarod
dont draw model lines, you should be drawing Sketch lines in Sketch mode to change the shape. "Jarod" wrote in message news:4148bf33$1_1@newsprd01... > I'll keeping working on that idea but the model lines aren't sticking. Can > you give me a model that has one done? > > "sdbrown" wrote in message > news:30312211.1095284862615.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > > Something strange happened to your post, I replied this morning, however > > now my reply is gone. Anyway all you do is select the curtain PANEL by > > tabbing on the edge of it, then click edit and draw the shape you want. > >
*Scott Davis
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Re: Arched Top in Curtain Wall

09-15-2004 06:10 PM in reply to: *Jarod
go to AUGI.com, i posted a file there with an Arch-top curtain wall. (easier to post it over there....) "Scott Davis" wrote in message news:4148e744_2@newsprd01... > dont draw model lines, you should be drawing Sketch lines in Sketch mode to > change the shape. > > "Jarod" wrote in message news:4148bf33$1_1@newsprd01... > > I'll keeping working on that idea but the model lines aren't sticking. Can > > you give me a model that has one done? > > > > "sdbrown" wrote in message > > news:30312211.1095284862615.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > > > Something strange happened to your post, I replied this morning, however > > > now my reply is gone. Anyway all you do is select the curtain PANEL by > > > tabbing on the edge of it, then click edit and draw the shape you want. > > > > > >
*Jarod
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Re: Arched Top in Curtain Wall

09-16-2004 06:40 AM in reply to: *Jarod
Thanks Scott... "Scott Davis" wrote in message news:4148e7ed$1_1@newsprd01... > go to AUGI.com, i posted a file there with an Arch-top curtain wall. > (easier to post it over there....) > > "Scott Davis" wrote in message > news:4148e744_2@newsprd01... >> dont draw model lines, you should be drawing Sketch lines in Sketch mode > to >> change the shape. >> >> "Jarod" wrote in message news:4148bf33$1_1@newsprd01... >> > I'll keeping working on that idea but the model lines aren't sticking. > Can >> > you give me a model that has one done? >> > >> > "sdbrown" wrote in message >> > news:30312211.1095284862615.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... >> > > Something strange happened to your post, I replied this morning, > however >> > > now my reply is gone. Anyway all you do is select the curtain PANEL > by >> > > tabbing on the edge of it, then click edit and draw the shape you > want. >> > >> > >> >> > >

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