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    Wall joining, cut profile? or..

    I want to join other wall so plasterboard would finish as it shown in picture..
    Any ideas?
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    #2
    Create a new wall type of just the plaster and draw it in the gap. Then use the join tool.

    You can also try to edit the grip of the paster material. I think you have to be in a 3D view, just set it to "top", then hover over the end of the wall and tab until you get the plaster board. You may be able to drag just that layer. I've done it on sweeps, but I'm not real sure if it works on layers.
    Dan

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      #3
      Try selecting the wall. Pick the blue dot at the end, right click and select "disallow join". Drag the wall end back.

      You can also try using the Wall Join tool, and cycle thru the various options it will automatically find.

      Make sure your Core Boundaries for both walls are set to the same / proper locations under Wall Properties/Structure as this is how Revit determines
      how wall join.
      Cliff B. Collins
      Registered Architect
      The Lamar Johnson Collaborative Architects, St. Louis, MO
      Autodesk Expert Elite

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        #4
        Oh, I looked at it wrong. I thought you wanted the wall to extend where the red lines are. You want it to not be there. Cliff is right. :banghead:
        Dan

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