Jake_Caufield

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About Jake_Caufield

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    http://KoSoTexas.com

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    New Braunfels, TX

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  1. Kokanee Solutions is a small custom home design firm located in New Braunfels, Texas serving primarily the Hill Country area of South Central Texas. We create 100% custom plans that often include complete framing plans all designed in Chief Architect X12. We are looking for someone to assist our team that has experience in Central Texas framing and construction methods to complete foundation, cabinet, electrical and framing plans for our projects. Knowledge of framing member calculation software will also be required. All projects would be contracted on square foot basis.
  2. It is a bug in X10 that should be resolved on the next update.
  3. Just ran my first material list in X10 and noticed something missing. I put generic info on some of my plans for certain clients for estimating purposes. Mainly the roof where I list roofing area, fascia, soffit, ridge and valley. The valley flashing is not showing up in X10. I opened a plan in I designed in X9 in X10 to see if it would omit it on that plan as well. It does. Below are snips of the material list from the same plan in the two versions. I think it is a bug but was wondering if anyone else can reproduce the error. I have submitted a ticket to technical support.
  4. 1606_Unsinn_Manitou.planLooks ok. Here is the plan, let me know what you think.
  5. I've been running into a few bugs in X8. Not sure if this is a bug or if I've missed a setting somewhere on the wall or foundation. See pics.
  6. Thanks Joe. I clicked the link but it wouldn't work well with Google so I dropped you an email. Please let me know what I need to do next. thanks, jake
  7. I would like to use the macro text tool to display various ceiling heights for different rooms. I've got the macro to work but can not for the life of me figure out how to change the display from inches to feet-inches-16ths. Any suggestions would be much appreciated. Thanks, Jake
  8. Please feel free to contact me at your convenience to discuss your project. I am located in New Braunfels. Thanks, Jake