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  1. luckyudesign

    Don't Know Technical Term but need to draw this window

    be a really cool option
  2. luckyudesign

    Don't Know Technical Term but need to draw this window

    On "dogear arch" the angle appears to be set at 45°. So no matter what I adjusted, it would change the length of sides etc but never the angle.
  3. luckyudesign

    Don't Know Technical Term but need to draw this window

    I tried that but you have no control of the angle on sides, unless I'm missing something.
  4. luckyudesign

    Don't Know Technical Term but need to draw this window

    Thanks! I called myself using trying that but didn't think to combine the "sides" and "top inside corner" adjustments. That did the trick!
  5. Trying to draw an as built. The roof is 7.5/ 12. I can not seem to create that window in the peak of the gable. "Dogear Arch" only gives me 45°. "Match Roof" only angles 1 side of window. What am I missing? The window is roughly 30" High and 8' long. Don't need to be exact as I am not doing anything with this area of the house but would like it to look right.
  6. luckyudesign

    Line Weight Scale

    I think default is 1/100th mm
  7. luckyudesign

    Interior Room Dimensions

    I'm away from my computer right now but this problem is way to common. Hallways with side halls, hallways with any type of angles, trianguler rooms, etc. Just thought, tho, that i can make that wall between stairs "no locate" and should fix it.
  8. luckyudesign

    Interior Room Dimensions

    So how does this come up with the dimension in label it comes up with? I can see 7' x 8'9", 3'4" x 17'6", several different scenarios other then 0'5" x 5'7". I don't know how often I get a customer asking me about this and I can not come up with a good answer..... Quite honestly, showing my ignorance here, but I'm not sure I know what I would label it either.... I just would never come up with what chief comes up with. Les
  9. luckyudesign

    Terrain Help

    I see there has been quite abit of discussion lately on here about terrains. Terrrains are very frustrating to me mainly because I usually don't need them as I live in a relativly flat area and most of my homes don't need anything for terrain. Howeve I occasionly run across a walk out basement or something that needs it and because I'm inexperianced, I waste a lot of time going nowhere. This is a really easy little project that I'm doing for free for our school. We are planning on building a pavilion and ball court and have just enough fall that we planning on stepping the different slabs and sloping the sidewalks. They asked me to do something to illustrate this and I have not got very far. I think it should be really easy. Does someone feel like helping me out quick? I'm posting the plan and I'll try to post the data I got from the excavation contractor for the existing elevation. There is a cad detail in "cad detail managment" that shows the elevations of concrete. I just imported the existing building as a 3d symbol. Basically from the blue dot to the red dot there should be 4.2' of fall. CCS2.zip
  10. luckyudesign

    Curved Pews

    You probably did. I haven't played with making symbols much so one thing I have never messed with. I'll have to look into it. Thanks a lot though!
  11. luckyudesign

    Curved Pews

    Worked great! Only thing is I put the end caps on the pews when I made the symbol so they strectched together with the pew and I have some pretty thick ones so really need to apply them afterword.
  12. luckyudesign

    Curved Pews

    You are awsome, Michael! I would have never thought of making the pew a window...... I'll post a pic of it when I get a chance to do it. Thanks!
  13. luckyudesign

    Curved Pews

    On that particular layout, I understand it added roughly $10,000 to the cost of the pews. Fortunately for me, cost is not so much an issue on this job.
  14. luckyudesign

    Curved Pews

    I'm working on some conceptual drawings for a new church. Anyone have a suggestion on how to make or get a curved pew? The radius would be 17'. I'm sure I could make one but could I resize it and keep my radius? The attached pic is from a pew layout from another church but shows the basic concept I'm aiming for. As you can see, nearly every pew is a different size so would be really nice to just be able to resize instead of draw each individual one.