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Different snap points on straight and chained wall

stevini
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Hello folks,

I have a basic question of which I cannot find an answer anywhere.

Drawing a straight wall and a single wall, the snap points are different. On the single wall the points are black, while on the chained wall the points are little beige circles. 

What is the difference?1.gif

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Mscott
Graphisoft
Graphisoft

It means that the elements are part of a group. You can suspend the groups via Edit Menu > Grouping > Suspend Groups if you need to select the walls individually. 

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Mscott
Graphisoft
Graphisoft

It means that the elements are part of a group. You can suspend the groups via Edit Menu > Grouping > Suspend Groups if you need to select the walls individually. 

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Thank you very much!

Default shortcuts are;

Alt + G => Toggle Group

Crtl + G => Create Group

Ctrl + Shift + G => Ungroup

 

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Available options when you select grouped objects will change depending on whether grouping is on or off. 

 

Grouping and ungrouping with groups toggled off will create flat selections.

 

 

 

Ling.

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Hello,

 

You are talking about using group or not. All explanations are here :

https://helpcenter.graphisoft.com/user-guide/136871/

 

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