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    Profile not working for slab edge

    Hey guys, I've had a search through the forums and can't find an answer for this:

    I've created a profile using a metric hosted profile family, see attached and for some reason can't get it to attach to a slab, I thought it may have been an error in the drawing I was working on but it doesn't seem to work even on a brand new project and rectangle slab. it is a slightly odd size (170.9mm) but that's how big it needs to be. when I try and place the profile on an edge i get the message "Could not create Slab Edge" would be nice if it gave a reason but doesn't,

    Please help someone, I'm fairly new to Revit and finding it very frustrating compared to AutoCAD's manual approach, but my client is requesting the whole project be done in Revit as alot seem to be now.
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    #2
    If you have a look at your profile you have 3 curves (top curve) over the top of each other. Revit hates this sort of thing. Delete 2 and your good to go.
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    Mark Balsom

    If it ain't broke, fix it till it is.

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      #3
      Yep, to accidentally pick or create a line more than once is a pain in the mouse. If it is not a large sketch, I often just start the sketch lines again. Would be great to have a warning come up that actually mentions a duplicate or triplicate line. But that is no fun is it.
      Motorbike riding is one long bezier curve

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        #4
        Lol cheers guys, it works great now, can't beleive I was nearly pulling my hair out over something so simple
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          #5
          Originally posted by Jimidy View Post
          Lol cheers guys, it works great now, can't beleive I was nearly pulling my hair out over something so simple
          We have all had to do some hard yards over the years, over the simple things, and after waisting hours you now know exactly what to look for.
          Mark Balsom

          If it ain't broke, fix it till it is.

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