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  • side75
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    Sorry for digging up old threads, but are there any answers to this? I am using revit 2013 and having the same issue. I suppose it is a nominal difference so I shouldn't care, but I'd like to know what is happening.

    Thanks.

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  • Darryl_S
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    Thanks for the reply but wall height makes zero difference(windows are hosted in the same wall).

    Interestingly, when I move the window with area boundary at wall line, then the boundary of the other window moves. Weird...

    ps. note this is Area boundaries and not rooms.

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  • gaby424
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    The walls where are the windows have the exact same hight?

    Because if a wall has a H height and a window has h height you have 2 situations:

    if h>H/2 you have the room boundry at the interior glass line.
    if h<H/2 you have the room boundry at the interior wall line.

    Maybe your wall is splitted or modified so you enter in this cases.
    Last edited by gaby424; August 17, 2011, 03:16 PM.

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  • Darryl_S
    started a topic Area Boundaries and Windows/Doors

    Area Boundaries and Windows/Doors

    Anyone else know what the expected behaviour of Areal Boundaries in Area Plans is when dealing with windows and doors?

    I have 2 instances of a window type (see image) and the Area Boundaries behave differently for each one. I can tell its using the outer 'wall closure' ref plane in the window family to locate the line, but why? And why is it different for both instances? ( they are both identical in size and head/cill height)

    Struggling to figure this one out.

    If you have the answer, thanks in advance.
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