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Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 12:57:35 PM | Stair railing issue

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can anyone tell me how to fix this? The balusters do not stop at the stringer slop the whole length of the rail. Only part of it. I have tried everything I know of to fix it with zero luck. Thanks.



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Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 1:10:24 PM | Stair railing issue

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I see a vertical line in that stringer.  Are these two seperate stairs?  Why?  That could be your problem.

 

...now I see more vertical lines.... maybe not seperate stairs but a railing sketch that doesn't stay over the host?

 

Really hard to say without actually examining the model.

 

BTW - do you really want wall brackets on the center guard handrail?  I don't think so.



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Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 2:12:28 PM | Stair railing issue

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Those vertical lines are a product of the vid card. Here is another view of it closer. Those are remnants of the balusters going through the stringer. 

 

I am attaching a portion of the file for you to look at. I do have seperate piences of railing I am using along the back wall in order to achieve a more accurate depiction of what will be constructed. I just can't figure out why it will not host those to the stringer. Funny thing is if you look at the bottom part of that run the bottoms of the ballusters do not line up with the bottom rail. They are gradually dropping at a rate slower than the slope of the stair.



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Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 2:20:21 PM | Stair railing issue

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Look again at your balluster setup.  You obviously have at least two ballusters in the list because one does not extend to the stringer.  If you have multuples, perhaps some are not set to host.


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Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 3:37:55 PM | Stair railing issue

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Correct. I do have two balusters. One needs to span the bottom rail to the top rail. The other should be going from the stringer to the top rail as supports. Ultimately I want the support ballusters to be 2 feet apart with the intermediates filling in at 6" increments. But thats a different issue I am working on. 

In this case it is working everywhere except that oddball run....



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Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 3:52:03 PM | Stair railing issue

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Do you have all updates installed.  Don't just respond with yes, post what Revit and what updates shown in the about under the ? dropdown. < We have seen many posters that don't know how to check their updates and they think they are up to date.   If that isn't the issue then I'm out of advice.


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Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 4:21:35 PM | Stair railing issue

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Yep. All up to date.

Not sure what the deal is. Maybe I will delete that portion and re sketch it....



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Wed, Jun 25, 2014 at 4:34:08 PM | Stair railing issue

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2015 railings don't seem to recognize their host when drawn over stringers.  I don't remember this being an issue before.  Try refining your railing with different offsets from the railing sketch line so that the sketch stays on the stairs and not the stringer.


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