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Mon, Apr 4, 2016 at 6:08:27 PM | 2016 Stacked wall problems

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Is anybody else having issues with joining or attaching stacked walls in 2016? We have a model that when joining 2 stacked walls we get totally random results. Also when attaching the walls to roofs the base of the wall is extending instead of the top of the wall. I haven't heard of this since version 7. Is any body else having similar problems? Any thoughts on solutions or work arounds?

 

The attached file Capture shows the wall and roof I'm trying to attach. Capture1 shows the warning I receive. Capture2 shows the result.

 



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Mon, Apr 4, 2016 at 6:30:54 PM | 2016 Stacked wall problems

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Remember, stacked walls are really separate walls placed as one unit and that they can be broken up. Check to see if that wall is still one stack or if it is really separate walls.   And if so, does that lower portion have an unlocked brick layer?

 

To see what the target issue is all about, you need a section.

 


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Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 2:39:57 PM | 2016 Stacked wall problems

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I checked the walls and they are still one stacked wall component. If I break them up the top section attaches OK.

 

I have attached the following screen shots.

Capture1 is a section prior to attaching the wall to the roof.

Capture2 is the warning I receive when performing the attach.

Capture3 is the section when I receive the warning during the attach command.

Capture4 is the structure of the bottom portion of the stacked wall.

Capture5 is the structure of the stacked wall.

 

Do you see anything that looks incorrect?

 



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Tue, Apr 5, 2016 at 5:03:48 PM | 2016 Stacked wall problems

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If I remember correctly, you may have solved your own problem. 


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