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Im trying to insert windows, as per attached image.
Would appreciate any help with it.
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You will need to add some 90 degree/plumb walls and place the windows in them, as well as infill walls at the jambs and a soffit at the head condition.
The problem is that the entity is roof and wall in the same time...
I use two methods for solving the problem:
The "wall" the doors go into is not 90 degree/plumb, it is slanted.
So the doors need to be inserted into a 90 deg./plumb wall, and then jambs and head condition infilled.
agree with you...anyway in my post, the first method , I used a vertical wall in wich I placed all the windows, doors, curtain walls and I enveloped it with the extruded roof....You are right ,between them it is necessary to place conection elements border frames (jambs,head,sill) because there are gaps..so as it is done on worksite........
I heard a rumour that in Revit 2014 there are slanted walls...is it true?
Slanted Walls? Nope. That was my annual April Fool's joke.
13th year now, Revit has no Tilt Wall function..........
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