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Adding Trim Detail to Sloped Soffits

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 Hello all, I am adding trim detail to soffits under a gable dormer.  I can get the trim profiles to show up on straight soffits no problem, but the trim won't apply to the sloped soffits.  The sloped soffits I am trying to apply the detail to are a darker color in the image.  Is this a limitation of the program, or is there something I am missing? 

Any help appreciated, thanks!!

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