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  • mdradvies
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    I would strongly suggest not to use the Edit Profile option. It just sucks for many reasons. Instead, I would cut the Wall into three pieces so you can set the height independently.
    Or (if only the top needs to be 15mm up and the rest needs to be attached to the lower wall): Set the wall to the highest desired point and attach to the lower roof. This will keep the highest part in place and lower the rest.

    There's no offsetting in the attach options (which would be nice though)

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  • bangobeat
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    Maybe 2nd picture misslead you, i already attached wall to the roof, but i want for instance 15 mm above the top of the roof, could i just set up somehow top base for attach top/base function

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  • dzatto
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    Select the wall, then select attach top/base. Top is selected by default in the options bar (which is what you want in this case). Then select the roof and it will attach it. No need to edit the profile.

    You can also do the base and attach that to a floor, just be sure to check base in the options bar or you will get errors.

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  • bangobeat
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    Horizontal shape of the top wall. So i edit profile make my wishes, then i attach top of the wall to the reference plane which i draw in section?
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    Last edited by bangobeat; May 19, 2011, 12:57 PM.

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  • mark b
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    Hard to tell from your attachment what shape you are trying to acheive.Edit profile is fine and dont forget you can attach a wall to a reference plane.

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  • bangobeat
    started a topic edit Wall profile, or other workflow?

    edit Wall profile, or other workflow?

    I want to pull wall top to the top of the roof. Should i use edit profile, or i can attach it to model line or smth?
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