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  1. So, its not really a "prairie" window at all but the craftsman. I've switched to using the craftsman style on the casement and it worked. That is nice. Thanks gentlemen for your assistance. I appreciate it. Have a fantastic rest of your day.
  2. This is a prairie style window, Crafts man is like the one that Eric posted previously. As I said, I am not sure that the client understands which style she wants. I've tried to explain the difference but...
  3. The attached window is the style she wants in her casements. In real life this can be done as a custom job. However, in chief, I have found that this canonly be achieved by using a single hung or double hung window. I have not been able to get this to work in a casement. thus the reason for my question. As I said, the one that Mr. Carrick posted is close only need to take up at least half the window.
  4. Although right now, I am not so sure my client understands what she's asking for. I appreciate all the responses.
  5. Mr. Carrick, This is almost spot on. the top three sections would need to be much larger and extend to at least half of the window. This is really close.
  6. Thank you for responding. Unfortunately, no, the casement window itself has to be or look like a big "prairie" window.
  7. Hi, I have a question. Has anyone ever made a casement window in chief with "prairie" style windows? In all my years of working with chief, I have never been able to do it in chief automatically or naturally. I have always had to fake it in the 2D detail or elevation views. It works great with a single hung or double hung window but not with a casement because the entire window section is operable not just one half like the SH/DH windows. IF anyone has ever made one, I would definitely like to know how. Thanks.
  8. Jesse, More than likely the architect you gave them to is not a "chief " user,. My guess is that he is an AutoCad/Revit user and does not/will not want to take the time to wade through the layers etc. which is his prerogative. However, that is no excuse to be RUDE. If I were in your position after having someone say that I would NOT hire him. He has already shown what kind of person he is (arrogant) and to speak that way to a person who could have been a paying customer just goes to show he is not worthy of your money. What I recommend you should do, is get one of the guys here
  9. Good afternoon. I'd like to extend a thank you to all who sent me their contact information. I appreciate all the quick responses. As I said, you will be dealing with my client directly so I wish you all good luck. This service request is now closed.
  10. Good afternoon all, I am working on a project for a client and am in need of some "rendering" assistance. I am very busy with my work and don't have time to do the renderings necessary for my client. If someone is interested let me know i.e. send me a PM. with your contact information. You will be dealing with my client yourself, so professionalism is expected. Thank you.
  11. Sir, I'll have to call you later today, I have to deliver some prints and will be gone about an hour or so. I'll try to get in touch when I return. Sincerely, Jacquilla Gilette
  12. Good afternoon. Do you have some time for a call in the next few minutes? If so, I'll give you call. Thank you.
  13. Have you tried the Chief "Knowledge Base"? Might want to check there first and if you can't find what you are looking for then I'm sure someone here can help.
  14. Good morning all. Yes the original posting is further back and many have added fresh new comments. Many of the comments are correct and many are in the "shady/grey" area. Fact 1: The IRC/IBC code is not designed simply as a code for "DIY" people. The code was written for anyone who wants to build BUT it is the MINIMUM STANDARD REQUIRED to construct a building in order to provide for the safety of the inhabits of the structure, whether it be a residential or commercial structure. ANY construction above and beyond the minimum code is always acceptable and in some cases often recom