We have placed grommets along the top of your curtain panels that will "zip tie" to the overhead bar of your fixed awning. Intitially, keep your zip ties loose and zip tie every third or fourth grommet so that you will be able to adjust panels from side to side if necessary. If at all possible, take a path around your corner vertical supports (if you are unable for some reason, your project will require elastic cords). Reposition panels from side to side as needed, add more zip ties, and now tighten the zip ties. If you find that the sum of your panels is a bit too wide, you can generally take out width at the outer corners.
Elastic cord acts as a rib that braces the curtain in the wind. Elastic cords are often place where panels turn a corner but can be placed anywhere to add significant stability to your panels. Fasten the provided D-rings above the panel and below (typically into floor). The cord is NOT fastened to the panel itself in any way. Elastic cords are particularly important if you have a panel that straddles a corner taking a path INSIDE the column. In this case the cord acts as a false column giving the panel something to go around to maintain a crisp corner.
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