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Thu, Nov 22, 2007 at 5:07:34 AM | Wall Sweep ending at roof slope/roof line

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I am using hardiplank siding on a residential building in Revit 2008. I used a wall sweep to put the siding on the wall. When I put the siding on the wall it runs horizontally from wall to wall, it is fine. When I get the part of the wall that ends with the roof slope, the siding does not "cut" at the same angle as the roof line. What do I need to do in order for the siding/sweep to merge into the the roof line and cut at the same angle as the roof slope?


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