rockyshepheard

When no casing window approaches another...white fill?

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Hi, Does anyone know what CA thinks it is doing by filling in white between windows when you get close enough?
Is this a vestigial casing? 

 

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Windows will automatically mull together when their internal casings touch?

Although without a plan it is a bit hard to tell what is happening in this case.

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Yes, it is what I said - Automatic Mulling.

Occurs when the casings touch.

In this case it is caused by the size of the internal casings.

Chief will "join" the windows with a single casing - same as like you would do in real life.

If the windows were dragged together closer than the casing width, what would you want to happen?

Delete the casings? Overlap the casings? Make 1 small and 1 big?..........

 

Auto mulling is different from manual mulling in that the windows remain as individual windows whereas with manual mulling the windows join together to form a single window unit.

 

 

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But casings are turned off. I would want no respect for casings, given that. So you could put them as close as you want, when casings turned off. That would seem to be better.
Do you agree? Maybe good suggestion for suggestion box.
 

 

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35 minutes ago, rockyshepheard said:

But casings are turned off. I would want no respect for casings, given that. So you could put them as close as you want, when casings turned off. That would seem to be better.
Do you agree?

 

The odd thing is that it is caused by the interior casing setting.  Might be something to look into for sure.

 

Maybe what Glenn said that the program is letting you know there is an issue but I did not know window were that smart. :unsure:

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2 hours ago, rockyshepheard said:

But casings are turned off.

 

No they aren't.

Your exterior casings are off - your interior casings on on.

It is the interior casings that are causing the auto mulling.

 

 

 

 

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2 hours ago, rockyshepheard said:

I would want no respect for casings, given that. So you could put them as close as you want, when casings turned off. That would seem to be better.
Do you agree? Maybe good suggestion for suggestion box.

 

I'm not sure I follow you.

Can't we already get windows as close as we want?

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2 hours ago, glennw said:

 

No they aren't.

Your exterior casings are off - your interior casings on on.

It is the interior casings that are causing the auto mulling.

 

 

 

 

So smart! Thank you!

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