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Mon, Jun 23, 2014 at 11:43:43 PM | Handrail Supports on Multistory Stairs

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I have a stair with the Multistory Level setting on, but when I host a handrail with supports to the stair, the supports (wall-mounted brackets) only show up on the base stair, but not any of the "multistory" stairs above it. The handrail itself still shows up on all of the stairs, but the brackets are only on the base stair. (See image attached). The brackets were added to the handrail through its "Type Properties" menu, so I'm not sure why they don't show up.

 

Is there a way to make the backets show up on all of the stairs? I would prefer not to resort to turning off the Multistory Level feature to reslove this. There are a lot of levels to this project and I don't want to have to make one stair and manually copy it to every level, just to manually delete them when I end up making changes to the stair.

I'm using Revit 2014 - Update Release 1

 



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Tue, Jun 24, 2014 at 12:13:46 PM | Handrail Supports on Multistory Stairs

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These brackets are just posts, correct?

THis si not normal so report it to autodesk.

YOu don't say what Revit and what updates.  If you are behind on those then that is possibly your problem.  Always post what revit and what updates so we all don't waste time.


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Tue, Jun 24, 2014 at 2:15:32 PM | Handrail Supports on Multistory Stairs

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I'm not sure what you mean by "posts". The bracket is Railing Support family composed of a simple sweep and extrusion (see image attached).

 

The wall-mounted handrail in the previous image is just a Railing family with no balusters nor non-continuous rail structure. The only thing activated in the Railing family is a Handrail Type, which has the Railing Supports.

 

Also, at the end of my previous post I stated that I'm using Revit 2014 - Update Release 1. Is there anymore information you need to clarify which version of Revit I'm using?



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Tue, Jun 24, 2014 at 8:10:16 PM | Handrail Supports on Multistory Stairs

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I asked if these were posts because that is the way they were done prior to 2013-14-15.  You may have found a bug with the new railings.  I suggest you send it to Autodesk.

 

2014 has 2 updates



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