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Place a window on two walls - it will only show on one.

Anonymous
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Hi.

I need some help here. I have placed a window trough two walls, but the problem is as you can see on the picture. It will only show on one. What can I do to fix this? I tried "edit targets and operators" but it didn´t work.

Thankful for help.

 
Window.png


Jonathan
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Laszlo Nagy
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I do not see the image but I think the solution is that you have to place an Empty Window into the other Wall.
Unfortunately ArchiCAD does not do this automatically, although it should, I think.
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Anonymous
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Thanks for answer. So i should just place an emty window at the same place?

Anonymous
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Thanks for answer. So i should just place an emty window at the same place?
Yes.

A multistorey wall may be a possible solution also, (can't see the picture) as a single window placed in it can be made to display in 2d on any storey it crosses.

Anonymous
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Can you see the pic now?

How do you make a multistory wall? Is it an option in the wall tool?

Anonymous
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Nope, still can't see it! Try deleting the attachment, and reattaching it.

See this thread for an explanation of multistorey walls and windows - http://archicad-talk.graphisoft.com/viewtopic.php?p=140019

Hope it helps.

Anonymous
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I have tried to upload the pic again but...

But thanks alot for the help everybody!

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