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Hi, I have to draw a guard rail on top of the retaining wall for the below grade entrance stair (image attached). How do I do that. I try to draw a straight rail but you can see in the image. I want them to be on top of the wall. image.thumb.png.8a9b8fb30b58717713964e197fe95654.pngI tried the pony wall option but for some reason I am not getting the result I want. Any help is much appriciated

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generate between platforms, perhaps...

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2 hours ago, ChiefuserMathews said:

what you mean. I am not an expert in CA

 

Download a copy of the X12 Reference Manual. Robert was referring to this:

 

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Lots of good info in the Reference Manual. I'm not saying this will solve your issue, but may be helpful.

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Like I mentioned this is an exterior retaining wall for a below grade entrance stair and I need a guard rail on top of that retaining wall. That is my challenge

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The very fastest way to get help would be to post the plan. Then we can identify exactly what needs to be done instead of using the SWAG method.

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Not something I need to do. This uses pony walls.

 

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14 minutes ago, ChiefuserMathews said:

how can i reduce the file size. it is not allowing me to upload the plan file

 

 

Did you Zip it? 

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If your railings are drawn on the 1st floor and define an Open Below room, lower the floor.

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Eric, thats exactly what I am trying to achieve. Is that you are creating a room to create that railing. Please excuse me.

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12 minutes ago, solver said:

Not something I need to do. This uses pony walls.

 

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Eric, how did you do that? Please guide me.

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Thanks to everyone for your help. I had to struggle little bit, had to spend couple of hours. Few more hairs lost. Didn't know the full functionality. Finally found out the way. Hooray !!!

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