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The frame goes underneath the wall.

LeeJaeYoung
Virtuoso

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Doors are standard here.
The window is something I simply made.
The frame goes underneath the wall.
What command is this possible?
To study door frame creation, which gsm file should I open and study?

AC27 on window 11
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Barry Kelly
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Does it really matter?

Will you see a difference when you print?

 

It is probably something to do with WALLHOLE2 and WALLLINE2.

But the Graphisoft objects are notoriously difficult to try to understand unless you are a GDL wizard.

 

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Lingwisyer
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If your object has all the AC window parameters, you could call the WallClosure macro into your 2D script. I think that will do most of the wall interactions for you.

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While looking for the part you mentioned, I found and looked at the wallline2 part, and I could only see functions such as line_type and line_property in front of wallline2.
Next time I study windows and doors again, I will have to study them in more detail.
Thanks for your help.

AC27 on window 11
LeeJaeYoung
Virtuoso

I asked this before, but there was no answer. ^^

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Lingwisyer
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Time to merge threads.

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The translation is strange?

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Peter Baksa
Graphisoft
Graphisoft

Hi,

the trick is that the wall contour is drawn again with simple LINE2 commands in "WallholeCut" macro.

 

Péter Baksa
Software Engineer, Library as a Platform
Graphisoft SE, Budapest

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