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claireaveri

Hello! I am having an issue with a window not inserting properly into a wall, or rather with the wall materials showing behind the window in seemingly random locations. I am using a modified version of a standard wall style and have tried several different types and lengths of windows with the same result in this location. Any ideas??? I am attaching a screenshot. Thank you!

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Dana W
Hello! I am having an issue with a window not inserting properly into a wall, or rather with the wall materials showing behind the window in seemingly random locations. I am using a modified version of a standard wall style and have tried several different types and lengths of windows with the same result in this location. Any ideas??? I am attaching a screenshot. Thank you!
Erase the existing hatch, then re-hatch, but do not use associative hatch, do use separate hatches. Make sure your boundary is closed. Sometimes the associative hatch thingy just goes nuts.

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claireaveri

The associative hatches do go nuts sometimes!, but I should clarify that these hatches are actually part of a wall style so it's the materials of the wall components that are showing through, not a hatch on its own. Argh.

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Dana W

Wall style? I thought you were using vanilla AutoCAD.

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claireaveri

Sorry about that. It's Autocad Architecture.

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Dana W
Sorry about that. It's Autocad Architecture.
OK, then. The Architecture experts will be looking in the relevant forum for questions related to that software version. Maybe a moderator will move it for you. Don't post it again yourself.

 

In the meantime, someone more familiar with your program might still try and answer your issue. I can't. Never used it.

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