2012-05-0311:32 PM - last edited on 2023-05-2412:35 PM by Rubia Torres
Hi, I would like to know if there's some way to automatically adjust the windows to the inner wall face.
It seems archicad always positioned the window in the exterior face of the wall and I must "manually" move it to the inner one, so every time I change the wall type to one with different width, I must adjust the reveal depth to move the window to the correct position in the plane of the inner wall face.
Imagine: I have 60 or more different types of complex walls, with different widths between 0,22 to 0,60 m, so I have to save so many favorites as walls types? and I must remember which favorite is the correct for every different wall?
I don't think this is a real solution, but thanks for the help.
Have you tried flipping and then rotating the window to give you what you want? In the attached image, the window has a reveal depth of zero and is still on the inside edge of the wall. Hope this helps.
If you have shutters on then you're right that this will not work!
In such a case -- and I know you have 60 different complex walls! -- it might be quicker to adjust the "Opening Reference" lines rather than modifying all the windows (which will probably be even more numerous).
Whichever method you choose, don't forget to turn on some nice music before you begin!
vistasp wrote: .... it might be quicker to adjust the "Opening Reference" lines rather than modifying all the windows (which will probably be even more numerous).
Maybe it's a problem wit the translation, as evidently spanish AC version have different names for same functions, but I don't know what are the "Opening reference lines". Is this a parameter of walls or windows?