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    un-unjoinable wall

    I have a wall that is joined to 5 other walls, and despite unjoining the wall from everything or cutting and re-pasting the wall it is still joined to the same other walls! Does "join" mean more than one thing in Revit?

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    Are the other walls Dis-allowed to join?
    Juan Carlos Moreno
    Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
    Sisley Cosmetics

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      #3
      Juan: I just confirmed that all walls are NOT dis-allowed to join. I guess there's joins for walls and joins for geometry, isn't there? I used the UNJOIN GEOMETRY tool, but didn't consider the automatic wall joins are not affected by the tool (the word "everything" in the bottom left screen corner instructions is misleading).

      Thank you for your help. Can you think of other versions of join in Revit?

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        #4
        Join Roofs is another join option, but that would not affect the walls. Just go with the right click> dis-allow wall joins to take care of the issue. but you will have to do it with all the walls in question so that the automatic join effect of the others doesn't affect the one you want.
        Juan Carlos Moreno
        Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
        Sisley Cosmetics

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