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    Is there a stretch command??

    Can I stretch model or detail lines or even walls & doors etc???
    Cheers Sporty

    He knows not where he is going,
    For the Oceans will decide,
    Its not the destination,
    Its the GLORY OF THE RIDE.

    #2
    Can you be a little more specific please.
    the short answer is yes, but it depends on the context
    Juan Carlos Moreno
    Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
    Sisley Cosmetics

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      #3
      Welcome to the forum, Sporty, another friend from Australia!

      No, there is no "Stretch" tool. For model and detail lines we have other ways to do that, such as using "align", "trim/extend", or by dragging points.

      For doors and windows, no, either. The width and height of doors and windows are handled by types, that need to be modified or duplicated in a dialog box.
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        #4
        Thanks alf for the explanation, I'm on my phone andd its hard to type
        Juan Carlos Moreno
        Store Designer & Merchandising Manager
        Sisley Cosmetics

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          #5
          Originally posted by Alfredo Medina View Post
          Welcome to the forum, Sporty, another friend from Australia!

          No, there is no "Stretch" tool. For model and detail lines we have other ways to do that, such as using "align", "trim/extend", or by dragging points.

          For doors and windows, no, either. The width and height of doors and windows are handled by types, that need to be modified or duplicated in a dialog box.
          Thanks mate
          That was the answer I was looking for ,I suppose I was looking for a similer command to the one in Autocad
          Cheers Sporty

          He knows not where he is going,
          For the Oceans will decide,
          Its not the destination,
          Its the GLORY OF THE RIDE.

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            #6
            What are you trying to stretch? Unlike Acad, things in Revit join automatically. So, for instance, if you move a wall the walls that attach to it stretch automatically. So you may be able to just move something and everthing attached to it will follow.
            Dan

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              #7
              Originally posted by dzatto View Post
              What are you trying to stretch? Unlike Acad, things in Revit join automatically. So, for instance, if you move a wall the walls that attach to it stretch automatically. So you may be able to just move something and everthing attached to it will follow.
              That's exactly it. When we first started, we also looked in vane for the stretch command; it's not there.

              In revit certain things are sticky and when you move them the attached things will stretch with it. So the move command has stretchy aspects in Revit.

              But not everything is sticky and you just need to start playing with it.

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