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  1. The nice thing is that your answer is accessible now to someone else with the same question. I haven't tried it because I had found a similar solution when you were writing your helpful response. So other newbies like me can quickly do this same thing. I've found myself going back to my old post 6 months later as I forgot how to do something. I threw in some posts but people get the idea.
  2. Found it. There is a room divider option when you go to exterior walls.
  3. Thanks - that is the issue - if I select to cover it as it is in the drawing it covers the entire shaded area. I'd like to cover just the area circled with the blue freehand line.
  4. Hello, I'm using the auto roof generation tool. I'd like to have a partially covered deck. It is probably obvious but how do I designate a portion of my deck as a room so I can cover that section of the deck? I've circled in blue the section I'd like to designate as a room. I may be asking the wrong way to do it but I'd like to extend the roof over the area I've circled. Thank you.
  5. Hello, I apologize for asking this again - I know I found the answer here before but can't find the bookmark for it. I know I got a link for a site with objects that can work with CA (but I think they are also for something else). I know I got a Honda Accord, an aeron chair and some other items but for the life of me I can't find that website. It had tons of free downloads. Thanks.
  6. Hello, Was that of any help or did I send too much?
  7. Thanks! I just tried to zip it but I'm still at 80mb. Here is the file if anyone wants to try it. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1w2W8ErXgDIFStJ4pGC0pJsYsltj9GU2h/view?usp=sharing
  8. Sorry - hard to tell due to the lack of colors on the walls but the right hand wall is visible in the picture (your right hand from the point of view in the picture - as in if you were walking up the stairs your right hand would be on the side with the visible wall). The left hand wall is invisible - I drew a line where you can see the stud instead of the wall and a circle that if I swing the camera around towards views into the kitchen instead of a wall. Is reattaching the file a function of Chief or would you like me to upload my plan? Either way - everyone h
  9. Thanks - for some reason when I say cut off at roof for the 3 interior wallls surrounding my stairwell, 2 show up fine but the third is invisible. I even tried deleting it and copying over the parallel wall but the same issue occurs. The wall shows fine if I don't cut it off at the roof (so I don't have the large sheet rock partition below the kitchen floor in the stairwell to the basement. I created a new wall, removed the stairwell and made the new wall a foot to the right so nothing is possibly touching it and it still disappears if you have roof cut at wall bottom.
  10. Solver - thanks! Sorry for the picture - couldn't get rid of it. I was trying to figure out these wall extensions but realized I needed to cut wall at floor /roof. Is there any practice for designating floor space for stairwells - hallway?
  11. Snestor - thanks for forcing me to see what I kept missing!
  12. Hello, I'm thinking about building out the floor joists / truss system for the basement that goes under the 1st floor for support. I can't seem to get rid of the ceiling though. I'm sure it is obvious but it eludes me.