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Wed, May 1, 2019 at 2:22:32 PM | Walls won"t stop

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I have a residential situation where (using phases0 a wall gets converted to merely a frame wall (remove the brick veneer)

The walls joining this situation want to just join up with the perpendicular walls at the junctions.

I have tried "Unjoining" many times with no luck.

Is there a way to have the wall not snap to the junction?

As you can see from the pic, I have kept the adjoining walls away and drew lines in. This works fine in floor plan buy doesnt solve it in elevation.

Thanks.

Gary



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Wed, May 1, 2019 at 10:24:49 PM | Walls won"t stop

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You write "As you can see from the pic, I have kept the adjoining walls away and drew lines in.".... sure we can... we can tell where your lines are NOT.

Please zoom into the area in question and point out what is what.  Also tell us what phase is what and what phase the view is.


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Fri, May 3, 2019 at 11:46:01 AM | Walls won"t stop

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Thank you WWHub,

Hopefully this shows my question better.

I am wondering if there is a way of vstopping walls from snapping to another wall?

Just touching it.

I have made this work by masking regions, converting lines to invisible and adding linework, but that doesnt fix the elevations.

This is the "Show complete" of the "New Const." Phase.

I am using 2020

Thanks!



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Fri, May 3, 2019 at 6:04:25 PM | Walls won"t stop

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My first question is: Do you understand layer priority - function?  Even if you think you do, the answer may be in this HELP section:  http://help.autodesk.com/view/RVT/2016/ENU/?guid=GUID-1CCD1005-CBDA-4338-8D60-489095D4BB25

Every material does not have to have the same function assigned to it.  (Ie ... Brick may be structure or finish)  Working with that variable for one or more of your walls may solve your problem.

If I read your plan correctly, your existing brick veneer, stud wall passed the other wall and ended.  You are now demoing the end of the frame wall and that is what you are hiding.  Correct?

As an architect, I would have probably saw cut that brick vertically then demoed that with the stud somewhere that would hide that sawcut end.  In other words, I would have split that wall where I wanted to do that and the demo would have taken care of the issue.  The upper wall and the wall on the left would now join correctly and give you a corner that doesn't show any brick.


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Fri, May 3, 2019 at 6:50:46 PM | Walls won"t stop

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Very interesting!

Thank you!


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