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    Dissallow / Allow Join

    I just stumbled on this. You guys probably already know it, but:

    To disallow / allow a wall join, you need to select the wall, right click on the little blue dot, and select the proper one from the menu.

    OR

    I just figured out you can do it through the wall join tool. If it's not joined with another wall, there's no configuration to worry about. BUT, it gives you the allow or disallow join options.

    Just thought I'd share.
    Dan

    #2
    Originally posted by dzatto View Post
    I just stumbled on this. You guys probably already know it, but:

    To disallow / allow a wall join, you need to select the wall, right click on the little blue dot, and select the proper one from the menu.
    If you want to go from disallow join to allow join, you can just click on the wall then single click on the "T" symbol at the end of the wall that indicates a disallow join and it will revert back to allow join.

    It would be nice if Revit had a symbol for the allow join (similiar to the "T" for the disallow join) and either or would be visible (just like it is when the disallow join symbol) and clicking it would toggle the allow/disallow join.
    Last edited by Joshua Kohl; December 3, 2011, 02:25 AM.
    Joshua Kohl

    Eastern Exterior Wall Systems, Inc
    www.eews.com

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      #3
      Hi guys, are you aware there's an API in the RFO ribbon that allow user to disallow joins for all walls in view, or by selection? Worth a look.
      Julien
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        #4
        Originally posted by Joshua Kohl View Post
        If you want to go from disallow join to allow join, you can just click on the wall then single click on the "T" symbol at the end of the wall that indicates a disallow join and it will revert back to allow join.

        It would be nice if Revit had a symbol for the allow join (similiar to the "T" for the disallow join) and either or would be visible (just like it is when the disallow join symbol) and clicking it would toggle the allow/disallow join.
        Yeah, I knew about that. Just didn't mention it in the post. It would be nice to have a disallow symbol, though.

        Originally posted by jbenoit44 View Post
        Hi guys, are you aware there's an API in the RFO ribbon that allow user to disallow joins for all walls in view, or by selection? Worth a look.
        I did not know that. Actually, I never installed the RFo ribbon. :hide: Maybe I should do it........like........right now. :laugh:
        Dan

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          #5
          Originally posted by dzatto View Post
          Yeah, I knew about that. Just didn't mention it in the post. It would be nice to have a disallow symbol, though.

          I did not know that. Actually, I never installed the RFo ribbon. :hide: Maybe I should do it........like........right now. :laugh:
          Dude, I am SOOO wanting to unrep you now!!! Go :hide:
          Martijn de Riet
          Professional Revit Consultant | Revit API Developer
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            #6
            Well, in my defense, IT only upgraded me after I blew up my computer a little while ago. Before that, I was still on 2011. It's downloaded, just haven't loaded it yet.
            Dan

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              #7
              Originally posted by dzatto View Post
              Well, in my defense, IT only upgraded me after I blew up my computer a little while ago. Before that, I was still on 2011. It's downloaded, just haven't loaded it yet.
              I'm not talking to you until you post a screenshot with RFO loaded...
              Martijn de Riet
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                #8
                Can't load it without IT's password. He's not in. I HATE that he sets up the computers like that. I'm not the old lady down the hall. I do have basic computer knowledge, thank you very much.
                Dan

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                  #9
                  Still not talking to you...

                  So I'm not going to ask why you have an old lady down the hall...
                  Last edited by mdradvies; December 6, 2011, 04:35 PM.
                  Martijn de Riet
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                    #10
                    Doesn't everybody have a crazy old lady down the hall?? :laugh:
                    Dan

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