Christina_Girerd

Bay Window floor not filling in all the way

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I have several bay windows in a plan where the room floor does not quite fill in the bay window floor all the way.  It leaves a gap where I can see foundation concrete below.  There is an inset basement in this plan, so I'm guessing that might be causing the problem, but just wondering if there is something obvious I'm missing that would fix this?  I don't have this problem on my typical plans which never have basements.  This problem exists even if I resize or move the window, and even if I put in a new bay window without making any changes to the defaults.  

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Do you have auto rebuild walls/floors/ceilings turned on?

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Here it is - thanks. 

 

for some reason,  I do not have permission to view attachment.  Anybody else having this issue?

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