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Baseboard showing up on exterior elevations

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I am working on a very complex remodel with several different levels on it and I am having trouble setting floor levels.  In one situation, I may have changed and exterior wall height and now my interior baseboards are showing on my exterior elevations. What you are looking at is an upper level floor with a garage below and the baseboards/flooring are showing in the upper floor on the exterior elevations.  For the life of me I cannot firgure it out and I know that there is a CA expert here that can help.

 

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Try Rebuild Walls/Floors/ Ceilings Framing under the Build Menu

 

I wish it was that easy.  I tried that already.

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You might try setting the room type to undefined and see if you can reset the baseboard definition.

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Never seen that one before, are you sure it's a baseboard and not a floor?

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It looks like the baseboards are associated to the floor level of the room. Maybe go back and double check to see if the baseboards in that room have an offset value, or if in the structure settings of that room you have something strange going on with respect to the floor height. 

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I think it would be a good challenge to see who can get baseboards to show like that. Sorry I'm no help - never seen it.

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On 11/30/2016 at 4:12 PM, Kiwideziner said:

I have basically fixed it, as I had to go to an exterior elevation and adjust the walls on the upper and lower floor.  I am still a bit confused sometimes as to floor levels and adjusting the walls/foundation in elevation mode.  As with anything there is always a learning curve.

On 12/9/2016 at 3:34 PM, Griffin said:

 

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