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Mon, Jul 29, 2013 at 11:00:19 AM | Sloped Glazed roof by Face (mass) - other side

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kubbah


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Hi,

I am creating a skylight, with 2 falls, curtain wall applied on a face of the mass.

 

The problem is that The curtain wall system is reading the "normal" to the mass on two different sides (as per image)

 

Can I change the "normal" of the mass?Can I flip the curtain wall to the other side?How can I solve it?Thanks



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