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    Wall common edg display

    It's a simple one (I hope).

    I'm looking for a way to distinguish between different kinds of walls.

    Concrete and other...
    Adding the filter was a first to come to mind, as you see in the pics, walls that are joined dont show what I want.
    The common line between is not the shade of red I'm looking for.
    When I turn off the non bearing walls concrete walls display fine.

    Thx for you time and help.


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    #2
    I don't think it's possible since both edges of the wall share the same plane. Why not just let the cut pattern show them what wall type it is? Why do you need it to be a different color? Another option would be to leave the lines black and make the cut pattern red (if a different color is a must).
    Dan

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      #3
      Nothing is a must...

      It's just that the common faces of joined elements are fighting me at every step.
      I'm looking of a "simple" way of separating arch elements form the structural, that's all.

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        #4
        Simplest way (I think) is just use a cut pattern.
        Dan

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          #5
          I'm not yet giving up on the cut line setup.

          Ok, it's up to the order the walls are drawn.



          Is there a brong to front or something of the sort?
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            #6
            Try "switch join order" under the join geometry tool.
            Scott D. Brown, AIA | Senior Project Manager | Beck Group

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              #7
              Originally posted by sdbrownaia View Post
              Try "switch join order" under the join geometry tool.
              Tried it, no effect.
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                #8
                Take a look at the Cut Line Styles override in your VG settings: https://www.revitforum.org/architect...tml#post110131
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                chad
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                  #9
                  Yeah, tried it, no cigar.

                  Still amazes me to when I come across something seemingly so simple, that's (dare I say it) impossible in Revit.

                  Thx for your help.
                  Easy things are not worth the effort
                  http://www.teamcad.rs/

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                    #10
                    It is long winded, but you can probably pull the wall points through Dynamo, store them and redraw the walls with the structural walls first, then the finish walls. This of course could be a snafu depending on how far along you are...
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                    chad
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