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Wed, Sep 6, 2006 at 8:16:01 PM | Room Tags and Detached Walls

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I have created some walls - (Conc. Shear walls) and have detached them - Disallowing join so they do not join with furring walls or other walls near them - These walls also extend 30 floors - this was need to keep the walls from joining and moving around from floor to floor. No I have tried to insert room name/tags with rooms using the shear wall as one of the room wall s- Well the room name tag does not find the room because the wall is detached - Does anyone no how to resolve this?... Do I have to put in room separation lines at every location - or should I be making my shear wall out of a column family to keep if from joining to walls - Any suggestions on what has worked for others...

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Wed, Sep 6, 2006 at 10:19:26 PM | RE: Room Tags and Detached Walls

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Provided the room is bounded by walls on all sides there should be no issues with using the disallow join effecting the room closure... Perhaps a screenshot would help see the issue?

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Thu, Sep 7, 2006 at 7:20:16 AM | RE: Room Tags and Detached Walls

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Mr Spot, Could you please explain the concept and working of 'screenshot'. I have tried the Revit Help comand but I am still at a loss. Thanks

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Tue, Sep 12, 2006 at 5:00:07 AM | RE: Room Tags and Detached Walls

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Use ctrl+Prt Scn to capture an image to the windows clipboard showing your issue then paste it into a graphics program and upload here. In your situation there could be numerous things causing the room to not bound correctly.

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