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I think it is the other way in 17 Barry. If they touch but don't overlap at all they are shown not to merge together, in 16 they did merge.Barry Kelly wrote:Yes two beams that touch in 3D are considered now to 'collide' and therefore will appear as one in 2D.
I agree. With all of the above. Especially the last bit.Barry Kelly wrote:...Personally I think they should only do this only when they have the same strength (building material) and the top surfaces are level with each other.
Otherwise one beam should always have priority over the other.
And surely it can't be too hard to add a cover fill which would also solve the plan problem.