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    Continuing a texture mapped between 2 different wall types

    I know this is a dumb question but it's late and I am just not seeing it. I am trying to map a texture roughly 14ft wide to span the full wall in real life. In revit however, one part of the wall is an interior and the other is exterior. How do I get the texture to span between the two?

    Like this. Thanks in advance!
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    #2
    Make it one wall. Join the interior to the exterior if that's your approach. I'd have the interior of the exterior wall a separate wall regardless.


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      #3
      Hope this helps.

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        #4
        Thank you. Still trying to put my mind around this. So if I understand correctly, I need to align the drafting pattern to align the realistic texture?

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          #5
          It's the other way around - you align your texture to the pattern. In presented method the texture seams correspond exactly with pattern lines.

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            #6
            Somethings not quite adding up.
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              #7
              I think you need to select one of the hatch lines on either wall, and move it to the left or right by the amount that it's offsetting the render image. Might need to do an elevation view set to Realistic to see how much the image is being offset between the two walls.

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                #8
                Honestly, how are you guys selecting the pattern? I've read it, y'all told me...and I can't seem to find this 'handle' via tabbing or selecting. I am missing the obvious...slaps forehead. I guess with a little more elaboration, I have to wall types abutting at the seam. The face of the wall is the same finish and should appear continuous the full 14'-8" width. It's replicating on the two faces independently, instead of continuously. Does that explain the issue better?
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                  #9
                  Is the pattern applied a model pattern? You can only tab in and move model patterns.
                  Julie Kidder
                  Architect + BIM Director
                  Hartman + Majewski Design Group

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                    #10
                    See if you can measure the horizontal distance between the render material repeat. Then select the model surface pattern on one of the walls, and move it towards the other wall by that amount. It *should* move the render material image with it.

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