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    why I have two boundarys in the element of the retaining wall

    Hello to everyone,

    I am sorry for my inorance, but I cannot understand why I have two lines that seem to define the geometry of the element that is the retaining wall. One of the lines seem to be dashed, and I am trying to put it on same place as the one that is not dashed... I do not know if I expressed myself well enough...

    best regards
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    Looks like you have a wall that is automatically joining to another. This is default behaviour in revit.
    The drag arrow makes me think this wall has an edited profile.

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