# Elevation by Curve Room Finish Issues

Elevation by Curve Jeremy Graham Module 11

This is a dynamo file created by Jeremy Graham in his website

I need few changes in this script
In my project file I have curved walls and Walls with profile causing issues with running this script.
its getting arc’s as a room finish boundary stops running the script.

It would be great if anyone could modify the python script or filter the list to get views

Also check his post http://learndynamo.com/mod11/

Hello.
Can you attach a picture of the error message / visual error you get when trying to run the graph?

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The above script creates elevation in front of all the walls of rooms. The python script doesn’t consider the arc shaped walls. So i had to filter out all the arc walls from the list. still I am getting this error after the input. Anyone please help me to the next step.

This is python script used on that node
import clr
from Autodesk.DesignScript.Geometry import *
#The inputs to this node will be stored as a list in the IN variables.
curveLists = IN[0]

output = []

def checkCurves(curve1, curve2):
v1 = curve1.Direction.Normalized()
v2 = curve2.Direction.Normalized()
if Vector.IsAlmostEqualTo(v1,v2):
newLine = Line.ByStartPointEndPoint(curve2.StartPoint, curve1.EndPoint)
return newLine
else:
return curve1

for list in curveLists:
count = 0
newCurves = []
for curve in list:
if count == 0:
newCurves.append(curve)
else:
newCurve = checkCurves(curve, newCurves[len(newCurves)-1])
if newCurve == curve:
newCurves.append(curve)
else:
newCurves[len(newCurves)-1] = newCurve
count += 1

``````if Vector.IsAlmostEqualTo(newCurves[0].Direction.Normalized(),newCurves[len(newCurves)-1].Direction.Normalized()):
newCurve = Line.ByStartPointEndPoint(newCurves[len(newCurves)-1].StartPoint, newCurves[0].EndPoint)
newCurves.pop()
newCurves[0] = newCurve

output.append(newCurves)
``````

#Assign your output to the OUT variable.
OUT = output

What was wrong with the solution you got here?

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I used that solution but I am still getting python script error “index out of range”

Not sure if it will solve your problem, but try putting a code block with «seq[0]» between your flatten node and your python script. Does it help? What difference does it make?

Can you post your current script and a Revit model that duplicates your error?