I have a very strange issue with wall joints (angles) of a house I am drawing right now.
I had a perfectly working joints of all floors but at a certain point the joints of the walls of the first floor stopped intersecting. The joints of the same wall at the ground floor are still displaying correctly. The strange thing is that If I move these walls somewhere else around they appear the joints are ok , If I put them back over the slab the joints stop working. The 3d model appear to be fine, priorities are setted correctly since the beginning.
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Do you have any idea how can I solve this problem or bug?
This normally happens if the walls overlap vertically or there is another wall on a layer that is switched off. I would suspect from looking at the images that your ground floor walls extend above the storey level of the first floor or the first floor walls extend below the level of the first floor creating an overlap with the walls above/below. Check the height settings of the walls relative to the storey heights.
Lee Hankins ArchiCAD 4.5 - Archicad 26UKI Apple Silicon 4032 macOS Ventura (13.1)
Some other element is messing with the wall to wall connection. Maybe your ground floor walls extend beyond the floor range? Or, even more likely, the trim to roof operation might be the problem. Which operation did you use to trim the walls to the roof?
No, the trim to roof operation is not causing this, I tried some possible combinations, but non of those result in bad wall joints.
As @Lee Hankins said, check all hidden layers. There is somewhere something interfering with the wall connections.
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Great, it worked out! I checked the heights and it resulted that the walls of the ground floor are some mm over the base of the walls of the first floor, as you said correcting the heights solved my problem. Tahnk you very much!