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Sun, Apr 22, 2018 at 7:16:17 AM | Railings between unconnected single flights on multiple levels

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I'm having an issue with railings which return on a landing where stairs between floors are in single flights and are therefore not continuous.I've tried using 2018's multistorey stair options but the railing won't return around the landing to meet the stair going up to the next level. So I've modelled them per flight and landing but cannot get the horizontal landing railing to join the railing for the next flight (they are all the same railing type). I've also got a strange baluster hosting issue I can't resolve either, which may or may not be related. I've searched on here, YouTube, Google etc but I cannot find a stair and railing tutorial that covers this scenario (unconnected single flights, multiple levels) only ones covering connected and continuous flights between levels. Would appreciate it someone could point me towards a tutorial or post that might help me me resolve these issues. 



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Thu, Apr 26, 2018 at 9:07:27 AM | Railings between unconnected single flights on multiple levels

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Yep railings are buggy and have always been. The railing tool is awfully complicated but understandably it does do quite alot of complex 3D geometry

I normally set railings across one floor only. The next floor continuing from where the last ended.


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