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ifcSpace adds unwanted openings from doors and windows

janbak
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I would prefer to get the ifcSpace as a simple geometry stopping at the walls, simple boxes. For some reason I some times get doors or windows as part of the ifcSpace, leaving a indentation on the wallsurface. It can be window or door usually something that goes all the way to the floor either on the facade or a doorway inside a room. Any clue as to why and how to avoid this?

Thanks


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Barry Kelly
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Is it controlled by the zone settings in Project Preferences?

 

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I assume the ifcSpace is the IFC conversion of a zone.

 

Barry.

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