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  1. Bonus Library>Doors No.4 Commercial and Industrial, and Door Hardware No. 3. Both offer some help.
  2. In the Options panel, make sure Ceiling Mounted, 110 Volts, and Switched are ticked.
  3. https://www.chiefarchitect.com/support/article/KB-00598/creating-a-post-and-beam-structure.html Might be a good starting point.
  4. In the Core Catalogs>Architectural>Staircases>Straight>Concrete Stairs. Pretty limited as to what you can do, but it certainly shows in Section View. As the others have said, probably better to use the stair tools, or solid.
  5. Can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. Everything is set to auto-rebuild, and to use Framing Reference. This is the second floor framing, and the roof is on top of the 2nd floor. As you see, the joists are offset by 3/4". The wall studs below them are where they should be. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
  6. You could try "Tuscan Villa Florentine" in the "Coronado® Stone" library.
  7. Hole in Floor Platform works.
  8. The control is within the material itself.
  9. Hi Diane, Just to rule out some weird filing situation, have you selected the "Archives Folder" path and followed the "Show in Folder" option? If there is some discrepancy, that would show it up.
  10. That's good advice! I did get it checked and everything passed, so the techs were baffled, but they figured the motherboard was dying. I found the advice to downgrade to 64 GB from a user on a Mac forum who had done extensive testing and arrived at that conclusion.
  11. I'm sure it's not the same, but I kept having crash problems on my 128GB iMac and it was directly related to that RAM. Scaled back to 64 and no problems since. In my case, the RAM was 4 mismatched 32's from OWC. Bought 2 new 32's and bingo. If all else fails, might be worth checking into. Even if just reseating the RAM.
  12. Out of curiosity, does this happen on both of your Macs?
  13. DG1949

    Wall Area

    One way would be to select the walls you want, and create a materials list from the "selection". The "Siding" category should give the square footage, and it doesn't include windows or doors.
  14. Manufacturer Catalogs>Clopay® Garage Doors>Modern Steel Collection>Modern Steel-Flush, Window.
  15. With a reduced gable truss, you could still assemble on the ground and fly it right over the gable truss. Necessary in snow load country, if not in AL.
  16. Using a pony wall might simplify creating the stone cap on top of the stone veneer.
  17. Yes. But I forgot that "volume" was not yet an option in the room schedule in X12. My apologies. However, it is weird that your Interior Area (Sq Ft) is not calculating.
  18. Thank you Steve. Very informative.
  19. If you change to "interior dimensions" in your schedule, instead of "standard dimensions", it may help. I think the "volume" calculation uses interior numbers.
  20. Showplace Wood Products® Library. Style "Pendleton II". Just use the door for the drawer.
  21. Do you have the foundation set to rebuild?