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  1. Thanks, everyone for the help. Turns out changing the camera setting from standard view to vector view resolved the issue.
  2. That's exactly correct Ridge Runner, you cannot select the opposing windows and doors. MarkMC, I think I might be able to make that work. Will take a bit of playing around with. Thanks!
  3. Thank you for the suggestion Chopsaw. I am running X9 and a back clipped elevation solves the problem except that the floor plan has multiple angles and in order to show an elevation of the entire rear side for instance, it would encompass other elements, such as rooms and other exterior walls showing up as well. Any other suggestions? And Solver: signature done, thanks!
  4. I cannot seem to figure out how to not display a window label that is being shown through the window or door. As you can see from this image attached, there are multiple labels displayed. One is for the actual door or window on that elevation but the other label is from a door or window that is shown through the glass located on the other side of the house. How can I correct this? Thanks!
  5. Awesome! Thanks! I knew I was missing something simple. Really appreciate the help!
  6. First time poster and a newB. I am now designing my second home in CA and have so far managed to figure out through all the great posts and videos how to do just about anything, but one thing I cannot figure out is how to create a foundation wall with a floor joist ledge that I can set floor joist upon like the detail shown below. My assumption is to create a pony wall, the lower section being a standard 8" thick concrete stem wall with a 4" concrete stem wall above, however I cannot seem to figure out how to manipulate the parameters in CA to set the floor joist on the newly created ledge? If