The border on wall command creates an object at the zone by default, with a selected profile.
Location of Border on Wall
Click the Border on Wall icon from the Sweep toolbar.
Draws a continuous form object according to the selected section.
Draws a cartonpierre object.
Draws a baseboard object.
Border on wall
Draws a border on the wall object.
Draws a cordon object.
Draws a gutter around the roof object.
Draws a gutter around the dome object.
Draws the sweep freely by giving a point without being attached to any object.
Draws a sweep based on the path object.
Draws asweep while adhering to the contour of an object like zone etc.
Draws the sweep attached to the wall.
Story top aligned
It automatically adjusts the level of the sweep to be the same as the story ceiling level and draws the object at that level.
Story bottom aligned
It automatically adjusts the level of the sweep to be the same as the story floor level and draws the object at that level.
Story alignment free
It takes the elevation of the sweep as much as the given level and draws the object at that level.
Opens an auxiliary toolbar with commands for changing sweep.
It is the list that allows the section of the sweep to be determined. A profile is selected from the list while drawing the object.
Displays the folder of profiles saved in the project or to disk and allows sweep.
Displays the settings of the sweep.
Click the Border on Wall icon from the Sweep toolbar .
Parent Based and Story Alignment Free in the toolbar are automatically active.
If desired, one of the free drawned, path based and wall based drawing modes can be selected.
Since the story alignment free mode is selected, the elevation value in the Sweep Settings dialog determines the height of the border from the base.
In the Section box in the Sweep toolbar, the profiles to be used in the border object are listed.
If wanted, a different profile can be selected from the Section box.
Move the mouse over the zone and click the left button.
The border will be formed on the wall at the specified elevation.
Bringing the mouse over the site
Creating a border on wall by clicking the left mouse button