MarkMc's post in Adding open shelf to furniture style vanity was marked as the answer
Here a ladder shelf made from polyline solids converted to a cabinet door symbol. Read up about symbols, stretch planes, zone and origins. Then open the included symbol to start to get an idea. Sides are easy enough. make the front look the way you want each side and back to look. Then go around to each of those and first select match front, then change that to custom. When done go back to the front and finish it off the way it needs to be.
IF you wanted full height legs with reveal as on the picture you would need to make a custom door symbol for the sides. See below
I'm sure Eric's post will be helpful.
Ladder Shelf cabinet.plan
MarkMc's post in back wall design was marked as the answer
On quick way- psolid same size as tile, transform replicate to get a second one layered in front. Set back one to say 1/2" thick with emissive material, font one to 1/4" thick to match wall material. Convert to symbol, figure out spacing of tiles on wall. place new symbol over one on say the left side of the wall, check position, transoform replicate to place the rest multiple qty by spacing X and Z PDF with bloom on in camera
MarkMc's post in Cabinet material question was marked as the answer
Need to specify a new door/drawer for it. You can just rename them in library. Then they will allow different materials.
You can change the material of the renamed symbol in the library, use a style palette, or in rare cases set as default cabinet.
MarkMc's post in X13 Materials List General (GN) information missing was marked as the answer
From X13 help
MarkMc's post in Historic Building Trim was marked as the answer
Might make a "molding symbols" , as opposed to "molding profile". Attached image uses both. Would still need a symbol for the ends and as JC pointed out elsewhere seperate millwork symbols to use as treatments on the windows.
I put appliques on the front here. I would advise against that, will slog the system down. Just use a picture or simple graphic where needed.
This was made from corbels found in the library-about 15 minutes-didn't worry about much accuracy, but you get the idea.
MarkMc's post in Converting AUTOCAD Multi-Colored Lines/Layers to Black Lines? was marked as the answer
I usually do it in TurboCad first- some blocks won't but not usually important.
In Cheif- select one line, then "ctrl + J"; click layer in the box, once all are selected,"ctrl + E" (open object) , change color to black (not by layer)
MarkMc's post in Sink - partition showing was marked as the answer
easier to do than explain-plan attached, open the cabinet DBX, look at contruction and face items. Key is getting a blank area instead of a vertical partition, need to use traditional overlay and adjust the overlap but also works for inset.
MarkMc's post in What Type Of Objects Prevent Creating A Block? was marked as the answer
I found it- Just kept shift selecting different types of object until it allowed for a block.
Turned out there was a cad line in there I couldn't see- must have been placed to get a dimension to snap to for something else it wouldn't.
MarkMc's post in CA Interiors -dimension to RO gone ? was marked as the answer
Solved it sort of...just got off with tech support.
Kilgore;yes they do. It was one of the (biggest) advantages it had over 2020.
New construction or an addition- architect sends me a pdf- it is to framing dimensions; or we measure new construction once framing is up but before drywall because they want the kitchen layout for electrical and mechanical. I get info on casings, we put that into the defaults,check the window schedule and use the appropriate RO's
Set up the drawing based on that, switch dimension defaults to use interior surface of wall and casing, hide the layer with the architectural dimensions and do my job (like make sure that the cabinets don't encroach on the casings)
So in x6 I can still tell it to dimension to RO and wall framing. And it does.
The first problem I had was apparently the file I was sent to work on was done in an older version.
I sat down to my assistants computer and did a new plan and got dimensions to snap to RO and to wall dimension layer no problem. That is the good news.
The bad news is that at least from X3 through x5 I could specify how much to add for the RO. That allows me to use the window schedule. That is no longer available.
The RO is set, worst part is it is set at a default to add 1" to each side. Just checked -Anderson is 1/4 and Marvin is 1/2.
Added after- had a thought last night and it worked.
In case anyone else runs into this.
I found another solution for some windows-windows for Pella and Anderson from the mfg catalog use the correct RO- Marvin doesn't guess since the cat is so old.
Haven't found which doors work yet but didn't look that hard- don't see any interior doors so may try creating a door symbol in premier and exporting- if that works I can make a few more for assorted roughs. Will update if that works
Fortunately I upgraded one license to premier so can fudge around it or we can mathlete adjusting every opening so the casings are correct. If I use Premier that now means the initial drawing has to be done on that machine- which I upgrade for doing the final drawings...not happy. The second license becomes a lot less useful.
I do intend to upgrade the other this year but matter of money.