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Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 4:43:16 PM | FROSTED CURTAIN WALL

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i AM HAVING A HARD TIME FIGURING OUT HOW TO CREATE A NEW CURTAIN WALL THAT IS FROSTED... ALSO I HAVE TRIED TO INSERT CURTAIN WALL DOORS IN MY CURTAIN WALLS (AND THEY WILL NOT INSERT)  ANY SUGGESTIONS?

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Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 5:02:51 PM | FROSTED CURTAIN WALL

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Read the REVIT help for curtain walls.

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Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 5:18:02 PM | FROSTED CURTAIN WALL

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THANKS FOR THE IMPUT, HOWEVER I HAD ALREADY FOLLOWED THE STEPS... FOR THE DOOR, IT SIMPLY TURNED EVERY PORTION OF CURTAIN WALL GLASS TO A DOOR, EVEN THOUGH I WANTED JUST ONE PANEL TO BE GLASS... DO YOU HAVE ANY BETTER SUGGESTIONS

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Mon, Feb 25, 2008 at 5:32:01 PM | FROSTED CURTAIN WALL

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Directly from the help ...

  1. In a project view, create a curtain wall with panels. Size the curtain wall grid cells to the size of the curtain wall door or window you created.
  2. Load the curtain wall door or window family.
  3. Select a panel in the current wall. From the Type Selector, choose the family type you created to swap in the family.

For the frosted panel .... again from the help file...

The Curtain Wall Panel family allows you to define a panel section that fits in a curtain wall grid. The panel actually resizes itself to fit in the grid. You define the appearance of the panel in different views: plan, elevation, 3D, and reflected ceiling plan. Typically, you define a 2D symbol to display in the plan view and 3D geometry to display in the elevation views and the 3D view.

Before reading this topic, you should already have read Family Editor Basics.

 



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