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Thu, May 1, 2008 at 11:25:18 PM | Sloped landings in stairs

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Revit 2008

Does anyone know if its possible to model a sloped landing with the stair tool?

Right now the only way I achieved this was create one run, then place a ramp in between, basically breaking up the stair into several different objects.

The problem I'm running into is with the railing. Since it's all broken up, it simply won;t create a nice continuous railing, also the 42" aren't kept everywhere. Is there anything else I can host a railing with besides floor slabs and stairs?  


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