Some of the steps from the last post will be the same for Medium/Fine cutbacks, but there a few areas that are different.
1. How long are the beams in the connection?
By default, longer beams are cut back by the shorter beam in the join. If you want to change the way these beams join and control which ones cut back, you can use the Edit Beam/Column Joins tool.
2. Are there differing elevations?
As with the Coarse display, check the beam elevations. If needed, adjust the Z-Direction Justification using the same process I explained in my last post.
3. Does the beam frame into a column?
If so, check the column geometry. In Medium/Fine detail, the beams will cut back according to the bounding box of the family. The column family Beam Cutback in Plan parameter will not affect the Medium/Fine display as it does in Coarse.
4. Do you want to remove the cutback altogether?
If so, you can modify the family so there is no cutback. To see how, watch this video example.
5. Is your beam a custom family?
If so, try replacing the beam with an out-of-the-box family to see if the issue is due to the way a custom family was created.
6. Does your connection need regeneration?
If the steps above don't resolve the issue, try cutting and pasting the members to see if the representation appears correctly. If necessary, recreate the members associated with the connection.