This article shows you how to disconnect walls so that you can manipulate them separately again
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If two walls were connected to each other either to form a T-connection or a corner you can't manipulate them separately anymore. Where ever you move one wall, the connected part of the other wall will follow.
To disconnect two walls simply select them by pressing the Shift key on your keyboard and then left-clicking both walls. Once both walls have been selected you can see that one handle of a wall is slightly yellow. This is a visual indicator that the wall is connected to the other one.
Right-click into the window to open the context menu and select Disconnect walls to remove the connection between the two walls.
Alternatively, you can also click the Disconnect button at the bottom of the menu bar on the right.
You can now manipulate the two walls separately and move them away from each other again.