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    How do I modify (or turn off) the structural framing auto-join feature

    I am using structural framing members to create joist layouts for CFS metal Joists.

    I have created a system that works really well using beam systems, however sometimes my Joists autojoin to each other from room to room. This causes me to have to go in and reset the systems and sometimes to unpin and unjoin members to get them to work properly.

    I was thinking of possible using a Structural framing family as a shell, with a nested generic model family that will actually represent my joists.... not sure that it will work.....

    Easiest solution would be to simply turn off autojoin and wherever I set my Beam System boundary will be the extent of my joists. Is this possible?

    Any advice is greatly appreciated.

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    did u try turning off the analytical model?

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