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  1. solver's post in Appliance Will Not "Recess" Fully into Cabinet was marked as the answer   
  2. solver's post in Cabinet Finished-end SP or Macro was marked as the answer   
    Unfortunately, we only can choose Copy Face Configuration, and not individual faces in the Style Palette.
    And macros are not useful for this.
    The traditional way is picking cabinets from the library, but if you then use a SP to change the face, it will change all faces.
  3. solver's post in List of Callable Ruby Object Attributes was marked as the answer   
    You might say what you are doing in your macro, and it's probably helpful to document your code (I know it is for me) so you can understand what you did in a year when you need to make a change.
    Do you know about the object_properties macro?
    And no, Interiors does not have the ruby console.

  4. solver's post in Vaulted ceiling & adjacent wall issue was marked as the answer   
  5. solver's post in Belled Roof Overhang was marked as the answer   
  6. solver's post in Angled Walls was marked as the answer   
    May not be the "proper way", but you don't need to slowly adjust to get as close as possible.
    Here is how I would do it.
  7. solver's post in Door Jamb Snap was marked as the answer   
    You can always center a line on a wall.
  8. solver's post in Auto Floating Dormer - Roof Hole was marked as the answer   
    Explode the dormer, select the hole and delete.
  9. solver's post in All ceiling heights change when I try to edit one? was marked as the answer   
  10. solver's post in Mystery line on gable end elevation was marked as the answer   
  11. solver's post in transom window above bay window was marked as the answer   
    Chief doesn't want to do this, but it can be forced. Manual bay, manually adjust wall top, manually place window.
    I have a YouTube video on manual bay/box windows if you would like some pointers.

  12. solver's post in Deck Conflict with Roof was marked as the answer   
    If you pull the roof planes out over the wall a bit, the fascia will generate correctly.
  13. solver's post in Windows on a slant was marked as the answer   
    Yes it's possible. Try a forum search for the best info. It involves making a window symbol.

  14. solver's post in Hide Wall Above Roof Framing in Plan was marked as the answer   
    You may control the display of objects via layer display. If that wall were on a unique layer, you could turn off its display.
    Layers and Layer sets are powerful tools.
  15. solver's post in cross section of a corner was marked as the answer   
    What do you need that you cannot get?

  16. solver's post in Rooms Broken Up Into Pieces was marked as the answer   
    Turn on the display of the Walls, Invisible layer.
  17. solver's post in open porch issues was marked as the answer   
    Shown in the video.
    See the video. I grabbed the Same Wall Type Edit Handle. Drag a new wall where it's needed, including over the top of an existing wall to replace it.
    You can also use the Object Eyedropper to transfer wall settings from one to another.
    Suggest watching roof videos to get up to speed on manual roofs. As for your question, select a roof plane and look at the options in the Edit Toolbar.
  18. solver's post in I hate dormers!!! was marked as the answer   
    The Auto Dormer tools often make quick work of simple dormers.
    I have multiple dormer videos on my YouTube channel.

    Or with a bit of fiddling, you can fix your walls. Start by moving the roof plane up one floor.

  19. solver's post in Strip Characters from Automatic Label was marked as the answer   
    Multiple ways of doing this.
    This uses a regular expression (a pattern) that matches anything from the beginning of the string to the dash space, and replaces with nothing. 
    Paste into TMM and experiment.
    x = 'hahaha - 787656'
    x.gsub!(/^.*?- */, '')
    And here is using slice.
    x.slice(x.index('- ') + 2, x.length)
  20. solver's post in Questions on Patios and Mitered Corner Steps was marked as the answer   
    You need a room for the stairs to auto join. That's what the Porch room type is good for.
  21. solver's post in Problem with this building was marked as the answer   

  22. solver's post in Roof with flared eaves was marked as the answer   
    I've not looked at the plan, so this may or may not help.
  23. solver's post in Soffit Under Ceiling was marked as the answer   
  24. solver's post in Drywall missing on wall connections clipped by roof was marked as the answer   
  25. solver's post in How To Create an Opening Between Two Staggered Platforms was marked as the answer