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    Avoid "Unjoin Warning?"

    Hi and thanks for all the fast answers!

    So I am in RVT 2017 and I have to trim a lot of linework on a project. Hundreds of times really.

    But everytime I do the trim command, I get the warning (see image)

    This is a little annoying and time consuming.

    So is there any setting I don't know about that let's me go ahead and do the work without having to click OK each time?
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    #2
    yeah... but you're not going to like it... don't draw so many lines!

    seriously, though - what are you doing that you think drawing lines is the best approach? there might be another method to consider... or three
    Greg McDowell Jr
    about.me/GMcDowellJr

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      #3
      I'm transitioning my office to Revit. slowly slowly. I don't have time at the moment to learn it all because of the workflow now. It takes everything to get the documents out that I cannot fully learn about legends and modelling and family creation at this time.

      Trust me I would love to model walls and have everything go smoothly, but about half the time, a wall join or step does not come out correctly, and rather than spend what seems like hours to learn the nature of revit, I just do linework. Because of intense deadlines.

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        #4
        It's a never ending struggle.
        Greg McDowell Jr
        about.me/GMcDowellJr

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          #5
          Originally posted by GMcDowellJr View Post
          It's a never ending struggle.
          LOL! and it never ends until one stops and takes the time to learn to use Revit properly...
          I'm retired, if you don't like it, go around!

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            #6
            Right? I get so many excuses here about how the project they're on has a tight schedule and a tight budget... and I'm like, yeah, what's your point? Isn't that the new normal?
            Greg McDowell Jr
            about.me/GMcDowellJr

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              #7
              To answer the OP explicitly, no, there is not a way to turn off those warnings. Revit actually thinks it is doing you a favor by automatically joining them.
              To join in the chorus here, there is not a magic button in Revit. Everyone has to pay their dues to get it humming along, and to be honest, there will never be a good time to miss a deadline or lose money on a project. From experience, I can tell you that the longer you wait to learn, the more expensive it will get - kind of like deferred maintenance on a car.

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