cjanderson66

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  1. cjanderson66

    Changing window color to all windows at once

    Yes, tried that and that did not do the trick. Once again this was something that was in the side panel that Chief (I think just added in X12). It is not just for window, I saw him do it on flooring for all floors...
  2. I recently saw a video a user posted that he made a change to one object that made that change to all the objects but I can't seem to find that video again. My client now wants to see all the windows on the project changed to black windows the way I originally had them at the beginning of the design. Instead of opening each window at a time, is there a way to make the change all at once? I know this is a simple answer but I am struggling to find it and I sure wish I would have saved that video. This was not something from the eyedropper is was in the side panel like the project browser. Hoping someone can help me on this one. Thanks all.
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    Photo Set 2_19 - Photo.jpg

    Excellent job David especially like your watercolor technique
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    How to best change floor elevation?

    Gene, I don't do this a lot either but if I remember correctly all you have to do is go to your defaults, floors and Rooms, floor level, floor 0 and edit the rough ceiling height. This will change the entire floor hieight for the whole level and not just room by room. Chris
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    Deck framing

    Thanks Michael, I knew it was simple as that. Delete and trim,,,
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    Deck framing

    I have designed a very large deck and the client wanted to take 2' off in one direction and another 3' in the other. I have custom framed the deck framing per the engineer and don't want to change the framing. The problem is that I need to rebuild the deck in order to not show the decking from overhanging the framing. Is there a way to just rebuild the decking and not the framing of the deck itself. as you can from the rendering shown below you can see that the decking overhangs the decking. Everytime I rebuild it it changes the framing per CA.
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    CAD DETAIL FROM VIEW

    CAD Detail from View is available in all line-based views, including plan view and any 3D view using the Vector View Rendering Technique. See Rendered and Vector Views. The funny thing Robert is that I looked that up and when I saw in all line based views, I stopped. I didn't even think about the fact I was in Technical View. Thanks again for your help.
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    CAD DETAIL FROM VIEW

    Damn your GOOD Robert. I knew it had to be something simple. Thanks
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    CAD DETAIL FROM VIEW

    It was there it was just hidden from the drop down menu
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    CAD DETAIL FROM VIEW

    Here you go Rob... As you can see it does not give me the opportunity to make a CAD detail from view.
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    CAD DETAIL FROM VIEW

    I have created a section view and added text to it. Why is it that once I have done this that it will not let me create a CAD detail from View?
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    Plan rotation & X,Y axis

    I have come across this situation a couple of times but can't seem to figure it out. I have drawn a site plan based upon a survey and then had to rotate the plan to make it so that the walls will be parallel X,Y to my screen. When doing so it seems that now my X,Y&Z have been rotated as well. How can I rotate my X,Y axis so that it matches my plan view?
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    soffit

    Mike, The B&B is the standard white board & batten texture but what I did was change the material color to white and then on texture tab in material color checked the blend with texture to make it stand out a bit more.
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    soffit

    Your absolutely correct Stephen and here is a great example of a project that I am currently working on where the engineer designed it with trusses.
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    soffit

    Don't get me wrong Perry, most of the projects I do are High end remodels and are stick framed but for a new home trusses are the only way to go. The unfortunate thing is a lot of home owners who are doing custom homes think trusses are only for track homes so the yare willing to pay for the good stuff.