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Window not showing in exterior rendering shot and perspective?

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Guys;

 

I need your help to try and figure out what is going on here

as this window on the upper second floor is not showing in this view

now, just the exterior siding where the opening and the window is?

Thanks for the help...

 

DCB

Sequioa - 12.18.16 Window.jpg

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Have a look at the 2nd-floor wall dbx and make sure it's not an attic wall. Also, check you have a room definition.

If not then check to see if the first-floor wall under options is not checked to balloon thru ceiling.

If that all fails, delete the wall and rebuild it. I have had this happen before and 9 out of 10 times its an attic wall issue.

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Thanks I fixed it Michael, but now need your help with the next question?

Cheers!

 

DCB

 

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Okay I fixed the window thanks to Michael.

Now how do I get the soffit roof under the front canopy entryway to show in the front?

Pointers are appreciated.

Thx,

 

DCB

Sequioa - 12.18.16 Window.jpg

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I believe if you align your attic wall over railing wall at the steps it will come forward to where the beam is and solve that. Just a guess without the plan.

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