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Curved Associative Railing

Jackcowdrey
Contributor
Hi all,

Does anyone know how to curve the tops of the railings where a landing and steps meet, rather than there being a step between the two. Thanks

It is a spiral stair and the railing is associative to the stair.
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Podolsky
Ace
I'm not sure you can do it using standard railing tool just because it does not have this specific option. Railing elements need to be programmed to support this exactly case, currently they don't. Or you can program your own railing elements on GDL that supports this type of design or use for example morph tool. You can convert into morph existing railing and after modify the morph how it's needed.
Lingwisyer
Guru
Podolsky wrote:
I'm not sure you can do it using standard railing tool just because it does not have this specific option.
By the looks of it, the desired railing is similar to the one showcased in AC21, just with a slightly different outer panel.

Change your Handrail Connection Type from Gooseneck to Direct Connection. This usually works, though it sometimes requires some fiddling with the radius and offset.



Ling.

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