Keith_K Posted July 17, 2015 Share Posted July 17, 2015 Because the project I am working is an existing building and all the changes will be internal (except for a small extension to the proposed coffee shop) I thought I would make my life easier and the drawing simpler to follow if I changed the detailed walls that I had drawn (i.e. showing insulation gap etc.) to solid colours - grey for existing walls and black for new walls. The attached picture below is the suggested changes to be made to what is currently a car showroom. The 5500mm dimensions in the picture are the size of the full height sliding doors. The 650mm and 200mm dimensions that I have ringed are existing walls. When I try and use the wall break tool nothing happens and no break line is inserted. I tried dragging a "new" wall back and then drawing and old wall in the gap and the result is shown in the image. If it is the case that the tool doesn't work in solid walls because it needs more than one layer in a wall I could go back to the previously used detailed wall specs (which defeats my original thought of simplicity in the drawing entirely) but I would prefer the wall break tool to work. Or maybe the solution is that I shouldn't really think. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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