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  • mdradvies
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    Originally posted by François View Post
    Ok, but is there a general tool which enable us to detach all the walls without selecting one (or more)? I imagine a tool 'Detach all the walls'. It may doesn't exist, I just ask.
    Nope, it's not there. I suppose it can be mounted using API, since it's just a series of commands. But I wouldn't use it. In my opinion, detaching Walls is something you don't want to use lightly.

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  • LeanneZ
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    Originally posted by jbenoit44 View Post
    you can right-click on a wall and select all instances visible in view.
    Oops! I was gonna post that, but I got side-tracked. ;-)

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  • jbenoit44
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    you can right-click on a wall and select all instances visible in view. or select everything and use the filter. or select by types using a schedule (see my post WYSIWYG in French corner).

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  • François
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    So we always need to select the walls. Does it not possible to select all the walls thanks to the arborescence (on the left of the screen)?
    Last edited by François; June 23, 2011, 02:01 PM.

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  • LeanneZ
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    Select all the walls first. Then the "Modify|Walls" tab shows up. Choose "Detach Top/Base." After that, on the options bar you get the <Detach All> button.

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  • François
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    Ok, but is there a general tool which enable us to detach all the walls without selecting one (or more)? I imagine a tool 'Detach all the walls'. It may doesn't exist, I just ask.

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  • mdradvies
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    Select them all and Detach Base?

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  • François
    started a topic disconnect top and bottom of a wall

    disconnect top and bottom of a wall

    Hi!

    Does someone know if there is a quicker way to disconnect all the walls at one stroke instead of disconnect the walls from the slabs one by one?

    Thanks,

    François

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