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Interior Wall material changed on it's own - can't change it back

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I am working on a basement project and due to some plumbing, we are having to build out a half wall.  When I added the half wall, the wall behind it changed back to the original material and now I am unable to change it back to dry wall.

 

Here's a snap shot of the wall.  It's the dark grey section that is not correct.

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I've tried editing the wall and it shows as being dry wall.  I've tried the dropper and it's not changing it.  I'm at a loss and can't find it in the knowledge base.  Any help in pointing me in the right direction is appreciated.

 

Tami

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Probably something to do with your wall definitions or even the default room definition.  It may think you have created a new room between the 2 walls.

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Probably something to do with your wall definitions or even the default room definition.  It may think you have created a new room between the 2 walls.

 

Thank you - I'll take a look and see if that clears it up.

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Are you sure it's not just a shadow in 3D?  If you're seeing this in 3D, it may be that the wall looks dark.

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Are you sure it's not just a shadow in 3D?  If you're seeing this in 3D, it may be that the wall looks dark.

 

No it changed back from dry wall to concrete - there were others that were definitely shadow, but not this one.  I'm doing a work around with it right now and will have to figure it out for the future after my presentation.  This is just a concept and not actual construction drawings so I'm making it work.  thanks!

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