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    Ok that works, but the windows don't cut through the other wall (see image) ?
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    Hi HSG11; ok Yes, I get it, the cut problem is because the window can cut just one wall at time or at least the second one will have the type of behavior you are experiencing , the problem for the second wall opening is that Revit can't edit curved wall's shape as the same way it does with the straight ones , so in order to achieve your need! you must add to the second wall an opening or at least I'll try that (see image) , hope this helps, regards

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    haha I was just on my way to post the same solution. Wall opening + LW (invisible) looks good in elevations. Thank you very much
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    haha, that's I call team work!!! , your welcome!!!

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    One more thing. I have windows created with curtain walls in all the straight walls but I have to put regular revit windows (WN) in the curved wall (because the windows are not curved). If i wanted to use curtain walls there I would then have to place a wall opening on every window right ? or is there any other way ?

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    No, you just need to use the "cut geometry" tool and that's all!!

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    Hmmm ... it wont cut ?
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    Hi HSG11, Sorry for the delay to respond I was quite busy , to solve that, first try to align to the center of your structural wall and then try to cut with the cut geometry tool, that should work if doesn't we'll try another thing, regards
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    Can't align (AL). Revit gives me two lines to draw after but when I chose the inner line I get this error (image "gl1").
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    Hi, when you get that message you just let Revit erase the mullion, you can add it after by using - Architecture - Mullion and the you just pick the line for your mullion (see image)



    hope this helps, regards
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