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rhershberger
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Storefront and schedule conflict (wall join problem)

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06-06-2011 08:13 AM

I have a storefront wall and schedules for cd's.  The schedule parameter for wall length changes when a wall is placed perpindicular to the storefront, and I can visibly see the little blue dot grip point jumping into the middle of the adjacent wall and changing the schedule parameter for wall length.  I have tried join options, and disallow join, but nothing is getting my schedule, plan, and elevation all reading the same.  Any help would be appriciated, thnks. See attached

Thanks for attaching the file.

 

If I right click the blue grip of the curtain wall, select Disallow Join, and then drag the end back to the edge of the perpendicular wall, the wall schedule shows the correct length (9'-3 1/4"). I apologize but I'm not sure I see what the other disrepancies are with the plan, elevation, and panel schedule after doing so. Can you elaborate on what is incorrect about those views after adjusting the wall?

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kathryn.langan
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Re: Storefront and schedule conflict (wall join problem)

06-08-2011 02:21 PM in reply to: rhershberger

Thanks for attaching the file.

 

If I right click the blue grip of the curtain wall, select Disallow Join, and then drag the end back to the edge of the perpendicular wall, the wall schedule shows the correct length (9'-3 1/4"). I apologize but I'm not sure I see what the other disrepancies are with the plan, elevation, and panel schedule after doing so. Can you elaborate on what is incorrect about those views after adjusting the wall?



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rhershberger
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Re: Storefront and schedule conflict (wall join problem)

06-09-2011 08:07 AM in reply to: rhershberger

That's it, i was not aware of the right click option, thanks.

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