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How to ( Properly ) flip sloped glazing?

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02-02-2013 01:05 PM

Working on a project with a green house.

I created a roof using "roof by footprint".

I selected "sloped glazing" and assigned mullions for the various conditions as well as spacing.

The walls below are curtain walls.

When I create the roof, the mullions are oriented the wrong way.

How do I control the orientation of the mullions?

In desperation, I mirrored the roof about a vertical axis. See images below.

This corrected the orientation for me, but I must believe there is a better way! A "proper way"...

Did I miss something in the initial creation of the roof?

I changed the sloped glazing of the roof to a basic roof.

When I do this I notice the roof moves up.

I assume this is when the orientation of my roof inverted...

Any insight would be appreciated.





Select one panel > Edit type > change the value of the offset parameter.

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Re: How to ( Properly ) flip sloped glazing?

02-02-2013 03:34 PM in reply to: jim5552

Select one panel > Edit type > change the value of the offset parameter.

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