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  1. Don't know if you are using Saved Plan Views or not, but they will save you a ton of time for these types of situations. Set up a new Saved Plan View, make all of the layerset changes you want (I usually copy another layerset first that is the closest to what I want) and that will be available from now on with a click of the mouse. I have them set up in my various template plans so they are available for all new plans.
  2. I still have this problem in X12 at times. Never consistent, but occasionally it fails, mostly on CA's own cross section lines as well as grabbing something near, say, Jupiter!
  3. Or upload the file to the "cloud" and just post a link to the file.
  4. I would bet multiple roof planes, cut and shaped, with different structure materials.
  5. This is the one that has gotten me in trouble in the past. I have learned to watch that setting carefully before I change 2x4 walls to 2x6 (along with the wall main layer side).
  6. Exactly! I use it so much I have it added to a custom toolbar, along with several commonly used tools.
  7. Thanks, Michael. Never thought about doing this. I'll take it!
  8. That was my first thought when I looked at this detail; either an anchor bolt, Simpson plate connector -- something. I'm sure the OP just didn't show the anchor.
  9. Both Rob and I are on PC's and have the problems.
  10. Glad to see they are working on this issue as it is still a problem for me.
  11. That's the way I've done it for years. Like Joey says, just do it and move on. Add a 3D light (like Joey says) if you need it for 3D images.
  12. Most slab foundations done in my area will use these as the form for the slab. A block guy is easier to find than a crew who can do the formed walls right!