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  1. When I turn on a reference display, all I see are walls doors and bath fixtures below... How do I add other components to show up in a reference display?
  2. I have some manually created steel framing components (i.e. Z purlins). I need to be able to show these and dimension to these in plan view on both the 1st and 2nd floors. Is it possible to get these to show up on multiple floors in plan views?
  3. Actually they are not the same. I'm butting a steel building wall of 8"girts covered with 26 gauge corrugated steel panels against a 16" OC steel framed wall covered with brick veneer. I want to then wrap the brick around over the metal to cover the gap and then flash it.
  4. It's just a furred wall type of a single exterior layer of 3 5/8" brick, nothing else. Won't stop snapping back. Is there any way to stop this insanity... or a better way to do this? I guess maybe a Polyline solid?
  5. When creating a floor pan with and a wing is at an off angle from the main part of floor plan... The flooring textures follow the angle of the main floor plan... in my case in the wing which is 22.5degrees off from the main plan, in 3D views the flooring paints off angle from the walls in that wing. Is there not an easier way to remedy this other than creating special textures at varied angles? There should be a way to open the room specification dialog and just tell Chief to paint the floor textures in those rooms at specified angles? Does no-one else creat
  6. I have already PM'ed Charles... and am awaiting an answer...
  7. I used to own that program... I've looked all over for it... I can't find it... UUUg.... How could I have lost it... I'm an idiot!
  8. Thanks. I was able to get it work with 6 panels and still looked odd because the glass panels did't match the door panels type... And, It's just too hard to do for a 120" x 120" door with 7 panels... Chief refuses to Mull the unit... can't get the distances and overlapping to work to where chief accepts it. Should be as simple as: Build a door just like the garage door company would build and assemble: 1) create a panel door 2) choose your panel type 3) replace panels of choice with a glass unit... This should be built in fe
  9. Is there any way to put a windows in the top panel on a garage door? Of any panel of choice for that matter?
  10. Is there some reason why the soffit is missing in this area of the gable? I cannot find a cause anywhere. What man I missing?
  11. I agree on the standard vs physical renders as far as quality... only main difference in my case is we're color matching metal panels and the physical render tends to produce an image that more closely depicts the color of our metal manufacturer colors...
  12. Elevation region did not make a difference. But FYI. Turning OFF "Improve Lighting Quality" in the Physically based Rendering Technique Options removed the ghosted images from the PDF Print dialog and final PDF output.
  13. Why this ghosting? Only occurs when Physically rendered content is on the layout. Cannot seem to get these ghost images to go away. See Page 1 of PDF. Any ideas? Thanks... Design - David Parker.pdf