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Mon, Jan 29, 2007 at 6:04:09 PM | mystery room separations

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dudes-

 I am having some issues with rooms.  three rooms adjacent to each other seem to have something like a room separation running through them, except that there is no line there.  they are all on the correct layer without any objects in them, but they are bifurcated. 

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Mon, Jan 29, 2007 at 9:01:41 PM | mystery room separations

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I assume you've tried the following:

 Switch to 3D, make sure all worksets and design options are on.  Turn off everthing in your "VV" except for lines-->room separation.  Delete any incorrect lines found.

 

Also, check if there is a high level wall being used as an infill which may also be effecting the room boundaries.  Generally set these walls to non room bounding unless you are utilising the volume calculations...

 

Finally, try deleting and recreating the rooms.

 

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Tue, Jan 30, 2007 at 1:05:51 PM | mystery room separations

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thanks-

 

turns out I had created walls for a roof structure several floors above the rooms with the issues, and forgotten that they had been based off of the room's base level.  the tops and bottoms were attached to the roof structure, and were interupting the rooms despite the fact that they weren't geometrically there any more.  so it was interesting that they would maintain their relationship to the base level even if they didn't "exist" there. 

 

 


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