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    Hello,

    I want to remove / cover an outer part of the mullion (see yellow in the attachment) of curtain wall. and remaining mullion will be visible. I've tried with opening (wall). But it makes a hole in my curtain wall. it isn't what I want.

    Does anyone know how I can fix it?

    peter smith
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    Originally posted by peter smith View Post
    Hello,

    I want to remove / cover an outer part of the mullion (see yellow in the attachment) of curtain wall. and remaining mullion will be visible. I've tried with opening (wall). But it makes a hole in my curtain wall. it isn't what I want.

    Does anyone know how I can fix it?

    peter smith
    Easy Peasy. Just create a mullion profile without the "nose" (face cap) like this. Then create a mullion using that profile. Select the mullion segment in your curtain wall, unpin it if necessary, then change it's Type to the new noseless mullion type.
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      #3
      I switched the underneath mullion of the curtain wall. it's happened. But the new (noseless) mullion also took half of the above mullion.
      The vertical grid /mullions has to continuous.

      How can I configure that the underneath mullion stops before the underside of the transom?

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        #4
        Originally posted by peter smith View Post
        I switched the underneath mullion of the curtain wall. it's happened. But the new (noseless) mullion also took half of the above mullion.
        The vertical grid /mullions has to continuous.

        How can I configure that the underneath mullion stops before the underside of the transom?
        select one of the horizontals and toggle the "mullion join" like this

        Edit: oh, and if you have a bunch of those modifications to make across a frame, window select all of the horizontals, filter out everything but curtain wall mullions and use this. Does them all at once
        Last edited by Dave Jones; July 2, 2017, 08:56 PM. Reason: added info
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          #5
          thx, the transom goes then continuous and the mullion stops before the transom.

          I would like that the mullion (red line) stops between the transoms (blue lines) and stops at the underside of the transoms (see attachment).
          how can I do that?


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            #6
            Originally posted by peter smith View Post
            thx, the transom goes then continuous and the mullion stops before the transom.

            I would like that the mullion (red line) stops between the transoms (blue lines) and stops at the underside of the transoms (see attachment).
            how can I do that?
            you don't because that's not the way curtain wall joinery works in the real world. If you insist on modeling something that's not "normal" then you'll have to fake it I'm afraid.
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