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isabella
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walls joining

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08-16-2004 02:49 AM
I’m a new user of revit 6. I’m trying to find a way to temporary disable the automatic junction of the walls. I need help because this thing is driving me crazy.Thanks.
*v.valentijn
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Re: walls joining

08-16-2004 03:03 AM in reply to: isabella
why would you want to do this 'temporarily'? If your walls are not touching - they won't join, if they -are- they will only join if you have the juncion on 'clean join' - if you only want them to touch [no join] you choose 'no clean join' -> the wall joins tool is an icon in one of the iconbars above your drawingfield. "isabella" schreef in bericht news:4192658.1092649807735.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > I'm a new user of revit 6. I'm trying to find a way to temporary disable the automatic junction of the walls. I need help because this thing is driving me crazy.Thanks.
*Aaron Rumple
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Re: walls joining

08-16-2004 06:23 AM in reply to: isabella
So why are the joins driving you crazy? It is all pretty much automatic in Revit. "v.valentijn" wrote in message news:41208683$1_2@newsprd01... > why would you want to do this 'temporarily'? > If your walls are not touching - they won't join, if they -are- they will > only join if you have the juncion on 'clean join' - if you only want them to > touch [no join] you choose 'no clean join' > -> the wall joins tool is an icon in one of the iconbars above your > drawingfield. > > > "isabella" schreef in bericht > news:4192658.1092649807735.JavaMail.jive@jiveforum1.autodesk.com... > > I'm a new user of revit 6. I'm trying to find a way to temporary disable > the automatic junction of the walls. I need help because this thing is > driving me crazy.Thanks. > >
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isabella
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Re: walls joining

08-16-2004 03:41 PM in reply to: isabella
Thanks for your answer and I apolagize for my poor English!
Greetings from Italy.
Isabella.
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