Floor Joist Framing - Has Something Changed

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has something changed ? I tried to manually place a floor joist for a first floor but each time it would only draw ceiling joists. I dont recall having any problems in previous versions.

as a fix I would accept the ceiling joist then change it to floor joist layer and manually adjust the height.

I also had a similar problem the other week with a single story timber framed floor. This was usually simple to place manually


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