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Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 9:56:28 PM | curtain wall panel losses end - edge

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Hello all.

Check out this curtain wall shot. its a before and after. I select the glass panel, change it to a masonry wall panel. and when I do that the panel immediately gets shorter and leaves a space as if there is a mullion there... not sure how to correct that, as I have deleted previously the end mullion that was there, before selecting the panel which does go to the edge of the curtain wall boundary. anyone know what to do? 



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Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 11:07:32 AM | curtain wall panel losses end - edge

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I tried to replicate that issue and I couldn't but you have the "Drag End" and "Disallow Join" to correct that, BTW these images are a bit confusing.

 



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Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 12:04:22 AM | curtain wall panel losses end - edge

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Hi Typhoon.

thanks. the "bug" occured because there are a couple ways to go with this. either you could select the panel and then choose to make it a "wall" type. but that way causes the end of the curtain wall to behave funny in mine. like it lost a mullion or something. prob has something to do with the existing wall, and new wall inserted...instead I defined a new panel part. made it thick and brick like and just changed the panel to another panel in the curtain system itself. worked much better than making it a true wall inserted.


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