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Revit_is_not_intuitive_yet
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Re: Doors not hosted by walls

08-22-2013 03:09 PM in reply to: Alfredo_Medina

A garden center on a Lowes, Home depot, Walmart or Kmart is a room that needs to be calculated for egress and would receive a room name despite the conventional concept that a room is enclosed and conditioned.  A programmer request would be to click in a blank cell in a schedule and directly assign items/families to the schedule.  This would fix the issue for doors that cannot be associated to a wall because it is a part of a movable room divider but is still needed for egress.

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Re: Doors not hosted by walls

08-23-2013 05:15 AM in reply to: Revit_is_not_intuitive_yet

You could model the fencing that surrounds a retail garden center with Walls, or, if you use some other object for the fencing, you could use Room Separation Lines to define the extents of the garden center and place a Room within those.

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