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    Generic model adaptive strange behavior

    Hi, i made a adaptive family with two adaptive points. I made reference points above these adaptive points. Within the family its works perfectly, however in a project it does something weird with one the reference points.
    Can someone explain this to me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GielvLanen View Post
    Hi, i made a adaptive family with two adaptive points. I made reference points above these adaptive points. Within the family its works perfectly, however in a project it does something weird with one the reference points.
    Can someone explain this to me?
    May you upload that family to check it?, regards

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