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    Exterior Wall Wrapping Issue

    I have this exterior wall that I am trying to get the different layers to wrap around the exterior corner. It doesn't seem to be working, despite the settings. I may be able to change how it's drawn. Please let me know if I can fix this without having to draw it differently. I have attached images depicting the issue
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    You will need to dictate which layers wrap, within the structure of the wall. I cannot tell if wrapping has been enabled. You can also control the extents of the wrap when an element such as a door, opening, etc cut it. With component families, you can control this with a reference plane that has been selected as a "Wall Closure".

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    Wrapping has been enabled

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    Quote Originally Posted by katewood1989 View Post
    Wrapping has been enabled
    Can you post a screen shot inside the Edit Structure button of the wall type?

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    Is that actually an endpoint of the wall, or is that an end where something is cutting the wall, or joined to it, like a wall overhead, or a window, or Curtain Wall?

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    I agree with Aaron - it looks like it is joining to something, and doesn't see itself as an end. If you click on the end of the wall and say "disable join" do the layers wrap?

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    Ahh, the join was an issue. I moved it out a bit and disallowed join, and it worked. Thank you

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