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Fri, Jun 7, 2013 at 7:49:47 PM | Walls not attaching to the correct level

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I am having problems with my walls listing one thing in the properties box regarding their top constraint but doing another. And of course its not all walls giving me this problem. Attached is a pdf of the screen shots of the two walls - including the properties box dialogue. - Any help is appreciated. Thank you

Building has 5 levels, in order from bottom to top: Sub Level 2, Sub-level 1, Ground floor, Terrace, & Parapet 

Wall type A (two walls stacked) is similar to Wall type B (has 3 walls stacked) 

Wall A: According to the Properties manager: Bottom Constraint = Ground Floor; top Constraint = Parapet level -11" offset

Wall B: According to the Properties manager: Bottom Constraint = Sublevel 2; top Constraint = Parapet level -11" offset

I have checked this multple times and compared the two walls and the setttings are the same. However Wall type A is attaching the top to the Terrace instead of the Parapet.

 

I am having this same problem with some of the interior walls that I want to have an unconnected height of 36". The properties reads Unconnect wall height 3'-0" the top constraint is set to none, but then the walls in the model reach the terrace level - Is there a setting on the Terrace level that could be causing this issue?



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Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 11:25:49 AM | Walls not attaching to the correct level

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Looks like the walls are attached. Select the wall and click on 'Detach' from the modify tab.


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Mon, Jun 10, 2013 at 1:10:59 PM | Walls not attaching to the correct level

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Thank you - that worked.


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