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    Hi, I have this problem, the staircase which I modeled is missing the triangular part (as highlighted in yellow here).
    If I change the stair to uncheck the end with riser, it gets filled up, but on plan view, there'll be an additional line to the riser, which is quite misleading.
    any idea how to overcome this?
    Thanks in advance.
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    Your best option will be using the Floor Slab Edge tool than editing the Stair properties. I'd create a Profile with a parameter for the Angle.

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    Thanks a lot, never thought of it.

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    I'd take another look at that stair layout as well if I were you. I don't know of any country where regulations would permit the landings to be tapered as close to the stair risers as you are showing. Usually the landings need to be as wide as the stair. Or, so long as you can clear a path that follows an arc swung from the corner of the first and last risers, there can be a taper if it does not cross the arc. The arc radius would be equal to the stair flight width.
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    In the stair properties there is an ''actual number of risers'' and a ''desired number of risers''.

    If you adjust the
    ''desired number'' = ''actual number''-1
    after you placed the stairs, it will go to the top of the floor.

    In the old revit versions you could adjust a parameter to make it end or start with a riser, but i cant find it in 2018 anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mjajansen View Post
    In the old revit versions you could adjust a parameter to make it end or start with a riser, but i cant find it in 2018 anymore.
    This got me for awhile too. With the draw run tool active but before drawing the run, below the type selector and to the left of the edit type button is another drop down, from here you can select "New Stairs : Runs" and the PP will give you access to those run parameters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elton williams View Post
    This got me for awhile too. With the draw run tool active but before drawing the run, below the type selector and to the left of the edit type button is another drop down, from here you can select "New Stairs : Runs" and the PP will give you access to those run parameters.
    Ha! That's cool. I would have never thought to look there. I usually complete the run, the select the run, and those parameters are exposed.

    Quote Originally Posted by mjajansen View Post
    In the old revit versions you could adjust a parameter to make it end or start with a riser, but i cant find it in 2018 anymore.
    Yeah, it's still there in 2018. Do as Elton noted above, or select the run after modeling, and the parameters will be visible on the PP. But you have to be in Edit Stairs mode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kingjosiah View Post
    Ha! That's cool. I would have never thought to look there. I usually complete the run, the select the run, and those parameters are exposed.



    Yeah, it's still there in 2018. Do as Elton noted above, or select the run after modeling, and the parameters will be visible on the PP. But you have to be in Edit Stairs mode.
    You don't need to be in edit stairs mode to select a run. You can tab select runs individually outside edit mode and access some of those same parameters (some stay greyed out). Also useful if you need to adjust 'extends below riser base' later on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elton williams View Post
    You don't need to be in edit stairs mode to select a run. You can tab select runs individually outside edit mode.....
    Duh. Of course. Even simpler!

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    Thanks so much. It is an very old building, before they had those regulation i think. I am building the existing model actually for A&A later.
    So I have to follow the tapered staircase layout.
    Thanks for pointing out though. ��
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