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    HI,
    How to make a sloped structural wall using Dynamo?

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    I don't think this is possible, (Dynamo aside). In Revit when a wall is applied to the face of a mass then it loses the capability to have the Structural check box. To my knowledge any non plumb wall has it's own definition. When the view category is turned to Structural this wall will still appear, even though it isn't structural and doesn't have analytical properties. So yes you may be able to create a sloped wall via Dynamo but it technically won't be structural or architectural it will be in a class by itself.

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