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Re: Circular chain of references
Too many kind of constraints typically. What those constrains are I cannot tell you off hand also. What type of component are you working with-- wall? floor? roof? an in-location family?You"ll probalby need to go earlier and also unlock something-- experiment-- or delete and also re-draw something.You must have the ability to check out highlighed components once you gain that error message, or you deserve to click to "show" the problems and also go from tright here.Good luck!
Too many kind of constraints commonly. What those constrains are I cannot tell you off hand. What form of component are you functioning with-- wall? floor? roof? an in-area family?You"ll probalby need to go earlier and also unlock something-- experiment-- or delete and re-draw somepoint.You must be able to see highlighed components once you get that error message, or you can click to "show" the troubles and also go from tright here.Good luck!
i concur, it is tough to tell what is leading to this without seeing the design.if you gain stuck, your finest bet may be contacting Support. they are there for you (assuming you are have an active subscription) and are very responsive. www.autodesk.com/subscriptionlogin
An example of a circular chain of referrals can be where the constraints of a floor depfinish on a wall surface yet the constraints of the wall depend on the floor. Hence, the circle and therefore Revit is unable to uncover a solution...
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