Chimney issue at elevation

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1 hour ago, R_Seales said:



I usually use a polyline solid for the chimney, then I use a chimney cap out of  the library to top it off.

I also use polyline solids for my chimneys. Scott Hall has several videos about chimneys. Follow his youtube channel and if you have an issue with something, he most likely covered it. Great guy. 

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Thanks guys for the help. I resolved it. The chimney cap does not show up on elevations though. It shows up in 3D. Is there some way to line the stud brick wall up with the 

new stud wall! I cannot seem to get it to line up exactly going by fireplace brick etc.

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