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  1. I have a wall a few different things coming together and something is causing my soffit to not return all the way to the wall. I have attached a screenshot as well as the plan. If you open the plan it may be a little messy as I am still working in the working view. 01908_RAVENEY_RESIDENCE.plan
  2. WOW! Thank you! I would not have figured that out anytime soon. I spent hours trying to figure that out last night and with 8 projects going on I can't afford to spend that much time on trying to figure out all of these problems.
  3. The yellow framed wall is 5.5" which is what I need the curb. The total brick ledge with air space is 5.5". I need the brick ledge dropped 1.5" technically and the slab floor dropped 3.5". The third pic you posted is what I need along with the inside floor being dropped 3.5". The video I watched just had me go into the wall settings and add the brick ledge depth and select the outside stone under where to carry the foundation out to. Worked for him but no such luck for me. I attached a pic.
  4. Hello all. I seem to be having an issue with generating my brick ledge around the garage. My foundation will generate correctly with the dropped floor creating the curb (3D foundation pic). When I go into the wall settings and add a 3.5" drop on the brick ledge, that works as well. As soon as I tell the foundation to extend to the outside edge of the brick though, all it does is push my curb out (attached section view). I watched several videos but must have some setting somewhere incorrect. The plan is attached to this post as well. Thanks for any and all help. TOWNHOME_01905.plan
  5. Awesome video. I fixed all of my wall alignments and started over on the roof. Followed the video and have a much better understanding and roof. I am used to doing it that way on AutoCAD and was trying to be a little lazy having it do it for me with the auto roof tool. Thanks for all the help.
  6. That roof is what I am working towards. The client wants a straight ridge across the top. In CAD I made the slope between the two gables in the back a lower pitch to do that. Haven't attempted to do that yet on this plan as that is my next can of worms.
  7. Okay. Sorry for all the issues. I just changed over about a week ago after using AutoCAD for 15 years so I am new to the software as well as the forum. I have removed the ceiling planes from the porch as well as adjusted them to the inside of the wall versus the outside. I have attached the file as well as a picture of my main concern areas. Where the valley meets, it creates a dog ear in the corner of the ceiling. Trying to figure out how to make the framing just continue down in both directions to finish off correctly. Also how to fix the end of the walls so they are closed. As far as finish
  8. I have a vaulted ceiling running from front to back in this house. I can't quite figure out how to make it look right on the front porch and close the front of it in. I did 12' plate height with no ceiling selected. I ran a ceiling plane through all three rooms and selected room finish for the ceiling plane finish. Not quite sure how to clean these walls and face of the fascia up. There is also an angled line in the ceiling towards the back corners from the valley above that I can't seem to hide. Need to add beams as well.
  9. Having issues with a raised ceiling in the living room. I have one large room and used the invisible wall tool to divide it. Once divided I double clicked on the living room and set the ceiling height to be 2' taller. When looking at the 3D image, the wall between the two ceilings did not show up. Instead, I can see outside. Watched a video on here and followed step by step. Must be missing something.