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    Default Problem with glazing position in sloped glazing roof

    I have a curtain panel type that is offset 1 1/4" for use in front-glazed curtain walls. I just created a sloped glazed skylight using 2x4" rectangular mullions and that offset sloped glazing, but the glazing is showing up offset DOWN towards the bottom of each mullion. Is that the normal behavior with sloped glazing?? Seems very odd that a positive value for offset on a system panel would make said panel move down on sloped glazing.
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    Default Re: Problem with glazing position in sloped glazing roof

    I´m afraid that it´s normal (but unwanted) behavior - Have had this isue several times, and always end up with a custom panel for the sloped glazing
    Last edited by Munkholm; 2011-01-10 at 08:10 PM.
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    Default Re: Problem with glazing position in sloped glazing roof

    I've also just come accross this problem. there is a bit of a trick easily resolving this.
    First you have to creat a duplicate Sloped glazing type for the flipped side.
    Then create a duplicate of the system panel for the glazed roof - set the offset to a negative figure.
    Apply that glazed panel to the to the defult for the sloped glazing type.

    Sorted

    Autodesk should probably look into resolving this properly though...

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    Default Re: Problem with glazing position in sloped glazing roof

    Not sure if this has been resolved Patricks but since Number 7 replied...
    Check out a couple of threads along this line
    http://forums.augi.com/showthread.ph...azing+location

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