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I am working on a tenant plan and I am getting the broken corner symbol at the end of mu cursor.

I can not find the broken corner.  Is there a way for CA to indicate which walls are the problem walls ?  

Or is there a way to turn off the broken corner symbol at the end of my cursor.

 

Thanks,

 

Mike

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You can turn the indicators off at Preferences...Edit...Behaviors...Behavior Indicators.

Probably better to leave them on though  that icon is telling you there is a problem.

Have you tried Build...Wall...Fix Wall Connections or Connect Walls from the Edit toolbar when a wall is selected?

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I just tried both of the methods you suggested and nothing happens. This happened right after I used the wall trim tool to remove

48" of a wall next to a corner. The corner walls next to the section of wall being removed appear to be correct. I have one of the

remaining walls back from the corner so they do not connect. I then get 2 circles appearing where the walls use to connect. When

I reconnect the walls together again the circles disappear, but the broken wall symbol still shows up at the cursor. I'm not sure what

the 2 circles indicate.

 

Thanks

Mike

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Glenn,

 

I found the problem wall. It was highlight by a circle at the problem intersection.

This building is 140,000 s.f. I have been working on some offices on the other side

of the building. I do not know how all of a sudden a wall on the far side of the building

got screwed up since I am not working on that section of the building.

 

Thanks for the help,

Mike

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