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Wondering how you would create a gable end like the one shown in the attached.  The rake soffit is sloped until it reaches the wall...then the soffit is flat.  

 

Would I have to create (2) separate roof sections?  One roof would only be about 16" wide...basically just the overhang.  Then create another roof from the wall back...with a flat soffit?

 

Thanks...

Rake Overhang 1.png

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Here's a simple example of using (2) roof planes...it's a bit quirky.  

 

3 minutes ago, joey_martin said:

Selecting the roof plane and unchecking boxed eaves doesn't give you what you want?

 

I don't want the entire soffit sloped...unchecking the "boxed eave" selection makes the entire soffit length sloped.  I just want the soffit sloped from the gable wall out to the rake.

Rake Overhang Ex1.plan

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