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Tue, Nov 26, 2013 at 3:58:49 PM | Rail Top Rail vs Handrail 1

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Hi,

I'm trying to get my head around Railings in 2013.

I've noticed that you can have a Top Rail and two Handrails.

The great thing about the Handrails is the supports can be unpinned and moved / deleted, but Top Rails cant do this.

I have a ballustrade, and it would make live much easier if I could just move one or two ballusters, but I cannot with setting the whole pattern manually.

Am I correct in stating this cannot be done - a top rail cannot have a support (i.e. balluster) which can be manually moved.

 

Thanks.


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