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Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 6:30:17 PM | Modifying Slab deletes split faces

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Hello everyone!

I'm trying to modify the contour of a slab, and I'm just moving one small edge (the one circle in red) of the slab like about 4" (in the direction of the red arrow) and doing this is giving me an error and makes me delete all my split faces of the slab. I will understand tha it may delete split faces that are affected by the change, but Why is deleting split faces that are not affected by the change?

In the fisrt pic you can see a face of the one is going to delete rounded in blue.

In the second attachment you can see all splits faces before the dhange and in the third one the slab after the change.

 

How can I solve this? Thanks in advance!



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Mon, Feb 29, 2016 at 6:30:57 PM | Modifying Slab deletes split faces

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Third Pic here



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Thu, Mar 3, 2016 at 8:04:06 PM | Modifying Slab deletes split faces

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Noone? Anybody has any idea about this?

Thanks!


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Thu, Mar 3, 2016 at 8:33:33 PM | Modifying Slab deletes split faces

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Something is buggy. It seems to think that your split face is not a closed loop once you move the boundary of the slab. The error says as much.

 

Is there any chance that there is a dimension from the slab edge to the split surface boundary? if so, it could be pulling it.

 

Otherwise, just troubleshoot past this problem.  This would be my process:

If you wanted to modify the slab in a more safe manner, delete the offending line you're trying to drag, and draw a new line in the correct location. That way, anything attacked to that edge of slab will be disassociated. Alternatively copy-paste your split face region in anticipation of the first one being deleted. 


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Thu, Mar 3, 2016 at 9:04:39 PM | Modifying Slab deletes split faces

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Sorry that I can't help, when I edit a floor with a splitface, I don't have a problem.

 

We rarely use splitface.   We prefer to model floor finishes as a thin floor - basically like they are.  Then we can have those floor finishes in our interiors workset nd not show in the main plans ... except when we want them to.


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