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  1. Thread: Wall Types

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    I agree with GMJ. That would be a bit overkill. ...

    I agree with GMJ. That would be a bit overkill. I do (mostly) large houses 15,000-20,000 sf and I separate my stud walls from my finish walls, but I don't separate each sheathing layer. So, for...
  2. Not automatic, but easily doable. To just show...

    Not automatic, but easily doable. To just show the line, turn on your overlay, then use the line work tool too pick the lines of the balcony you want to show. You can create a line type first if...
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    I was thinking create each picket separately at...

    I was thinking create each picket separately at the correct height in a panel family. Don't use a void. It may stretch or truncate it a tad bit so it fits between the columns (if the spacing is...
  4. What Nurlan said, plus I'd create a new view...

    What Nurlan said, plus I'd create a new view without some of the annotations. You could label it "client sheet' or something. Also, in the properties of the newly created sheet, there's a check box...
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    What about creating a baluster panel family for...

    What about creating a baluster panel family for all the intermediate pickets? It would infill automatically between the posts.

    Just read your comment about column spacing not being consistent, so...
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    I would have put DJ. I check my own work. lol

    I would have put DJ. I check my own work. lol
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    I could do it as one permit set with one cover...

    I could do it as one permit set with one cover sheet or one permit with two cover sheets. Either way works.
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    That's what I was doing wrong. I was associating...

    That's what I was doing wrong. I was associating it to a view, THEN trying to rotate it. Rotate it first, adjust, then associate. Worked perfectly. Thanks Julie!

    I also noticed that it only...
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    Yeah, I did think about that as well (having to...

    Yeah, I did think about that as well (having to change elements in two different models). The boss likes to change his mind all the way through construction so I know I'd be editing stuff...
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    That's what I figured. The issue is I go to the...

    That's what I figured. The issue is I go to the 3D view, select the scope box (after it's been assigned to the floor plan view) and rotate it. The view doesn't rotate. Only the crop region does...
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    Honestly, scope boxes is one of those things I've...

    Honestly, scope boxes is one of those things I've been meaning to implement in my daily Revit use, I just never have. So, there could be a whole lotta things I'm doing wrong at this point. lol I...
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    Is it ever going to change? If it's always the...

    Is it ever going to change? If it's always the same person / people, just use text in the TB family.
    I'm the only designer so that's what I did. It'll always be me. lol
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    Multi Building Project Advice

    I'm working on a project with two buildings, but they are connected with a breezeway. I originally modeled it all as one project which would have worked. The issue is the building on the left (the...
  14. Yep. You'll need to duplicate the view and...

    Yep. You'll need to duplicate the view and rename it. Then set up a new view template at a different scale (or set the VT to "none" and change the scale, or have your scale not VT dependent. ...
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    Still doesn't work for me. IDK what the hell I'm...

    Still doesn't work for me. IDK what the hell I'm doing wrong. lol
    It's just one brace so I'll just leave it like it is I guess.
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    Are you calculating the offset for the part of...

    Are you calculating the offset for the part of the roof that has a different plate height? My guess is the calculation isn't exact, that's why you see a ridge line. I would do two separate roofs...
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    It's easily doable. I've done this quite a few...

    It's easily doable. I've done this quite a few times in my designs. Basically, edit each roof and trim them around the ridges and valleys in plan view. Let me try to list the steps without it...
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    I thought I did, but I'll try again.

    I thought I did, but I'll try again.
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    Trim Brace to Column / Beam

    Revit 2021. Is there an easier way to trim a 45 degree HSS brace to an HSS column? I've used RP's in the past and cut the brace to it. With all the new steel connectors, is there an easier way to...
  20. Thread: Roof issue

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    Well thank you!! Though others will surely chime...

    Well thank you!! Though others will surely chime in and set you straight on that. :D

    I do get lucky once in a while. lol

    When I first started, I tried to do everything with one roof because...
  21. Thread: Slant Wall 2021

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    Ahhhh, yes, tapered walls. I've always called...

    Ahhhh, yes, tapered walls. I've always called them slanted. I guess it would help if I called it the correct type of wall. :D
    Thanks Scott. I'm happy just knowing they are aware and working on...
  22. Thread: Roof issue

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    Do you want your fascia's to line up? In other...

    Do you want your fascia's to line up? In other words, it looks like your gable is sticking out a little.

    Here's some new screen shots using the slope arrows. It's a little cleaner. I'll try...
  23. Thread: Slant Wall 2021

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    I guess it depends on the amount of slant. We've...

    I guess it depends on the amount of slant. We've actually built slant walls by ripping down 2x12's. That way the base is 11.5" and the top is 5.5", with the interior face vertical. Worked...
  24. Thread: Roof issue

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    You're welcome. Why is it not 100% accurate? ...

    You're welcome. Why is it not 100% accurate? Once you join the roofs it's just as it it was drawn with a single roof. Especially if you opt to use the slope arrows rather than the small edges like...
  25. Thread: Slant Wall 2021

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    I don't think that will work as I've had issues...

    I don't think that will work as I've had issues with door and window families that used voids and not openings not cutting the joined wall. But, that could be because I didn't actually cut the wall...
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