- Base Constraint
- Base Offset
- Top Constraint
- Top Offset
- Unconnected Height
What was not included in this list was “Top is Attached” or “Base is
This is really worrying because it means that when a
wall is attached at top or bottom, the “Unconnected Height” is almost
certainly going to be displaying a false value in the properties dialog box, and in the schedule.
|Unattached wall with correct Unconnected Height property|
|Attached wall top with wrong Unconnected Height property|
In the properties dialog you can see those “Attached” checkboxes
so it might alert you to the issue, but that does not help in a schedule, as you cannot display those properties there.
This also occurs when a wall has been attached to a gable end roof (or any angled roof)
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The same problem could also happen if a…