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  1. Perhaps I'm missing something, but I would have thought that the easiest way to do this is to build a second floor with the ceiling height set at the height of the knee walls, and with flat ceiling over this room unchecked?
  2. If you just hit copy, the copy is created "in place". You can select the copied item and move the copy away from the original.
  3. Thanks from me too, Mick. Just added them to X12.
  4. I have found in the past that moving the connection point of the room divider walls away from the actual corner (By adding a small "u" shaped section of wall near the corner) gets rid of this problem, and does not interfere with the room dimensioning.
  5. I find that the easiest way to prevent this appearance is to kink the invisible room divider so that it does not meet the adjoining wall on the corner. Just a small L shaped diversion in the wall does the trick. It does not effect the room dimensioning unless it happens to be in the exact centre of the room.
  6. This is as close as I could get using an arched top door opening and an arched top door from Bonus Catalogue Doors Number 2. Glass and trim around hi-lite with polyline solids.
  7. I find that the easiest way to create a "coffered" ceiling is to make a ceiling hole Put a moulding around it, which consists of a cornice with an upstand attached to give the correct height of the coffer, then add a ceiling plane over the top. I added some of these cornices, with upstands, to the forum for sharing items at the end of last week. The cornices are to Australian shapes, but may be useful, and it is a very easy way to add ceiling coffers that gives good 3D presentation.
  8. Here are some cornice moldings which I hope may be useful to someone. There are straightforward cornice moldings; cornice moldings with a downstand for use in forming recessed ceilings; and ditto with a light tray added. Cheers. Cornice Moldings.calibz
  9. Thanks for letting us know about TwinMotion. I've been having a good look at it for the last couple of days, and it is fantastic!
  10. My times are just about identical to Glen's in working with the plan. In a 3D overview, spinning etc is instant. (Signature shows computer spec's).
  11. Thanks Kbird1, Those look a lot better!
  12. Thank you for sharing, Faruk
  13. Thanks very much, Irene and Scott. That was a really interesting presentation, which will take some re-watching and absorbing.
  14. This sounds like a really worthwhile workshop, but unfortunately I will be having a skin cancer removed from my nose starting at 8:00 am that morning West Australian time, which is very close to the start of the workshop. Is there any chance that the workshop could be recorded, and made available to view later? Sorry to be a pain, but fingers crossed.
  15. Thanks Rene, really appreciated.
  16. Thanks Robert, very good of you to share.
  17. Thank you Rene. - That's a great bed, and it's very selfless of you to share it!
  18. Thanks for recording and posting workshop, Scott. - Very interesting.