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Fri, May 6, 2005 at 5:24:22 PM | Stacked wall problem - corners do not fillet.

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If I create a stacked wall consisting of a masonry base with 500mm offset 70mm thick cladding externally, the corners of the cladding do not fillet. However, if I then edit the stacked wall and change the cladding offset to 0 and the wall style to match that of the base, the walls will now fillet. Now if I offset the wall again by 500mm the cladding is fillited, and then if I change it back to cladding (as per the original wall style that wouldn't fillet) it stays fillited? Has anyone else had this problem? Please help. Kind regards Chris

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Sat, May 7, 2005 at 12:36:22 AM | RE: Stacked wall problem - corners do not fillet.

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hey there, I opened this up and had no trouble with it. i tried a few of different placements, all fillited the wall. Sorry I can help

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Sun, May 8, 2005 at 11:03:32 PM | RE: Stacked wall problem - corners do not fillet.

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I have experienced this. You can correct these instances by manually adjusting the wall joins. That is dragging the end point of each wall at an intersection away slightly (not to much that causes them not to join at all). This will correct the wall join, make sure you do it for all walls at the intersection. HTH.

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Mon, Jun 13, 2005 at 11:35:17 PM | RE: Stacked wall problem - corners do not fillet.

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This problem has been fixed in one of the later 8.0 builds. Probably this is why Scotty V did not see it. Tamas

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Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 3:23:23 PM | Stacked wall problem - corners do not fillet.

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I am having issues with this in Reit 9.  Are there any new solutions?  TIA!



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Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 4:40:39 PM | Stacked wall problem - corners do not fillet.

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Sorry, I meant to say revit 2009.  I Unjoined and rejoind the walls and that fixed a lot, but I still see a gohsting of the interioir studs on the adjacent walls exterior face.  Odd. 

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