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Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 6:50:45 AM | Equal dimension stumper

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the front porch part of the floor moves with

the front wall- but i need it to remain center

when i move one of the side walls..


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Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 6:51:33 AM | Equal dimension stumper

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forgot the image..

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Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 8:22:39 AM | Equal dimension stumper

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Your question is clear only to you.  Not sure what walls you re talking about but no matter.  Here are several questions:

  1. When you created your floor, did you associate your floor to the walls or sketch it seperately?
  2. What are your dimensions really too?  The obvious walls ... or the floor.  When dimensioning, look at what Revit says you are dimensioning too and if you have to, tab to pick the right object.

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Sun, Jan 31, 2010 at 3:49:11 PM | Equal dimension stumper

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"when you created the floor did you associate it to the wall?"

 that's why i said the floor moves with the walls.. if that's

what you mean by "associate"..

 

"What are your dimensions really too?" 

that's what i'm asking- what do i need to dimension to

for the front porch part of the floor to remain center

when i move one of the side walls..

 

in other words- all of the floor (including the porch)

move with the moving of any four walls- BUT the

porch does not stay centered when i move a side wall..

how can i make it stay centered when i move a side wall?

 


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