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Merging Walls in 3D


 A seam is showing from two levels of the same wall. Struggling to merge them into one mass.


Hello @ArchiCAD_archi_archi , I see you need to delete these two short walls and split the above walls at the desired section then stretch height to down, don’t forget to make the wall seen in all relevant stories in show on sotries in floor plan and section settings, I think this is the only way.

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Laszlo Nagy
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If you split the above Walls at the position where the brown and white Walls join, that should also result in the vertical connections of Walls resolving. So, in the basement, two Walls join, a brown and a white. Make sure there are two similar Walls above them, joining at the same point. Also, make sure that the exterior surfaces of all these Wall are in the same vertical plane. Such visual artifacts can result from incorrect modeling as well.

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Hi @Mr Laszlo Nagy, i got your point of view and you are right my solution will result again a vertical dotted line so here’s is something about 3D style if you notice it’s Basic (Vectorial) not Detailed Shading that’s the reason behind the dotted line appears, I think it’s a graphical representation matter and won’t affect the render process quality am I right? Second if it will affect the render here he has to again delete the two short white walls and extend the tall white walls to the level below and subtract the two short brown ones from them sure by SEO and make the tall walls again showed on all relevant stories and brought forward by display order, i hope you got my view.

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