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    Faded Brick

    My apologies to Mr Potter, his analysis of the problem was exactly right. I was looking at the 3d pattern layer which was already black. The line color of the material was white. I just didn't know how to dig that deep at the time, but I do now lol. Thanks for the help Jake
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    Faded Brick

    thanks for the suggestion, but pattern lines are black. Any other ideas?
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    Faded Brick

    Why would my brick not show up on elevations? Thanks Jake test.pdf
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    dimension format problem

    I opened a plan done in x5 in x6. The fraction are shown as numbers. I've had this problem before about a year ago and ya'll help me find the setting to fix it, but I think it was in old forum and can't get the answer . thanks Jake
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    How do you explode a polyline

    Ok thanks for you help guys. When I get home I'll try it out.
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    How do you explode a polyline

    I suppose I was too vague. I'm simply trying to delete one side on a four sided polyline. Thanks Jake
  7. This is probably very simple but I'm stuck. In Autocad at polyline rectangle can be exploded to lines with the explode command. I can't seem to do this in Chief. Thanks for help. Jake
  8. I found what I looking (show on floor below button) after selecting 2nd floor planes. Duh must be time for a break. Thanks Jake
  9. Builder wants the first and second floor roof planes shown together. I have seen it done on a video, and have done myself in the past, but the method escapes me. Thanks Jake
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    Brick Lintels and retaining aspect

    Larry Brown's video on his web site has a very detail tutorial on soldier bricks. It was done in ver 11 and when I made in x5 and tried to apply it to new plans they looked like the thumbnails above. I posted the plan in the old forum and got a few suggestions. Seems like Jintu told me about adjusting the casing depth, and it helped a little. I sold the project and moved on.
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    Brick Lintels and retaining aspect

    I had the same problem when I created a brick molding using the methods used in older versions. You make it look a little better by adjusting the casing depth. If i'm not mistaken I think the method some are using now is to use a single brick and motor symbol as a molding instead of repeating a group, of them. I hope this helps Jake