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Toggle Mullion Join

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03-08-2005 12:51 PM
When working with mullions, there is a "Toggle mullion join" at the end of each mullion and you have to pick each one individually to toggle. Is there any way to pick a group of mullions and have them all toggle at once?

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Tim Ulrich
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Re: Toggle Mullion Join

10-02-2012 07:11 AM in reply to: Tim Ulrich

**BUMP**

9 years later, still need a solution for this ...Anyone out there in Autodesk land care?

 

Doing this individually wastes hours of time on large projects

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Re: Toggle Mullion Join

10-02-2012 08:42 AM in reply to: Tim Ulrich

Wow, what a bump! 9 years!

 

You cannot select multiple mullions to use the toggle, but you can prevent excessive future changes if you predefine the preferred joint condition in advance, in the curtain wall's type properties:

 

cw_join_condition.jpg

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