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Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 8:34:50 PM | walls overlap but dont join.

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Just crossing two walls, exact same everything, ive just started drawing. and im getting this No join walls. i can cut the wall and join two walls into the one wall instead of drawing across the walls and hoping they will join....this is a new thing and I can't figure out what its doing. two basic int walls. 

 



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Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 8:48:14 PM | walls overlap but dont join.

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Things that might be the cause of this behaviour:

- Have you edited their profiles. Cancel edit.

- Are they the same wall type?

- Are they the same height ( top and bottom)

Why don't you just break the wall and stop and start it either side. It would take you 15 seconds and then you can move on.

 


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Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 10:39:34 PM | walls overlap but dont join.

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Ive just started drawing a new project. there is only one wall. no height or anything changes. right at the beginning. yes. the break and individual attach works, but not the cross over drawing...its no biggie other than its annoying.

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Sat, Jul 30, 2016 at 10:13:58 PM | walls overlap but dont join.

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Another option would be drag one of the walls back to for a "T" intersection which will property clean up the wall. Then just extend the wall that you shortened back to its oringal location and it should reflect a proper cleaned wall intersection. For whatever reason, Revit is missing the intersection and not cleaning it up correctly. Creating a "T" intersection first solves the issue.


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