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    Curtainwall default panel when set to 'none'

    Typically, the OTB curtainwall is defined with curtain panel 'none', which results in new walls starting out with System Panel:Glazed. In one project file I'm working in, the default comes in as a different system panel. I suspect that at one time, the Glazed panel was purged out, and Revit used the next available one as the default.

    Any ideas how I can set it back to using Glazed?
    Daniel Friesen

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    Just after I posted, I thought of a way to do it. Rename 'Glazed' as 'Glazed 2', duplicate the current default panel, select all instances of the default, change them to the duplicated one, rename the default to Glazed, and modify the type parameters to suit. Voilà! It helps to talk to yourself sometimes...
    Daniel Friesen

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