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  1. I'm a bit stumped, there is the option in the cabinet schedule to add the category of "accessories/inserts", so it seems strange that the only way these show up are in materials lists! Though, maybe this is a new thing and this discussion is from 2014 ;)
  2. I'm surprised this hasn't come up for me before, but I just placed pendant fixtures in my kitchen design with vaulted ceilings, and the fixtures went in at an angle to match the slope of the ceiling As much as I love this windblown effect, I'm wondering if there's a simple way to tell the fixture to ignore the ceiling slope, or maybe this is fixture specific? EDIT: It looks as though it IS fixture specific. Other fixtures don't do this. Totally open to using a different one, but interested to hear resolutions to correct this fixture issue.
  3. Oh yes, but there are certainly not enough to illustrate all the possible applications of tile
  4. Well shoot, I was trying to create multiple tile patterns. I have a tile manufacturer that I use who has many shapes that I would love to easily replicate by creating it once.
  5. I would like to create additional tile patterns, but for the life of me cannot see how to save a pattern I've created as a fill! I would love a pointer Editing to clarify that I have found how to import a .pat file, but I cannot see how I could create a .pat file to export.
  6. I am using a wall schedule for permitting wall assembly information but was surprised to see that there is not something similar for floors, ceilings, and roofs. Am I missing something? Or, do I need to convert the schedule to text to add that information? I would like this to be an "Assembly Schedule" rather than a wall schedule:
  7. That's so weird! Why does it have that option if we can't use it?
  8. I would like to do a double door in my floor plan with custom sized panels (left panel larger than the right panel). Unfortunately, this option is grayed out. I know I've done this before, but am having the darndest time getting that option to be available. Can someone tell me what I'm missing?
  9. I have been trying to do this exact thing. I have turned off the Opening Header lines layer and have hidden the top edge and still see this. Uh yeah... ignore me. I had lines drawn behind it
  10. LOL, I wasn't worried about the 0,0 because I'm basically supplying a few drawings (roof plan, floor plan, details) for a designer who is doing elevations, etc by hand. I have no idea how in the world that happened. I was literally getting ready to print and everything looked great, then I went back through the pages for a double check and everything was screwed up! Needless to say, I sat with my face in my hands for a while that evening.... lol. Thank you for figuring that out. I swear, I've never even locked a layer!!!
  11. Here is the file (pardon the errors, it is still in progress, lol) DUN01_DESIGN.plan
  12. I have no clue what I managed to do, but suddenly random items are showing up on my roof plan and cannot be selected. A dryer (but not the washer), select shelves, a shower column, a towel warmer and a range hood. I can see the items in elevation, but cannot select them. I cannot see the items in plan view. I don't know how to fix this error if I can't select them and open them to see what may have happened. Has anyone had this happen before and know the solution? Here is a screenshot of my plot (and yes, this was timed perfectly to happen just before my deadline to get the drawings to the engineer, so I sent them to him like this explaining the glitch... omg):
  13. Well, that's interesting! I was referring to row height, not column width, but I'm not sure how you managed to get such a tight row height in yours!
  14. Thanks Mick. I have done this, and it does certainly help, but not quite enough.