Jason_M

Roof Options Missing

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I can't change my roofing material.  I'm pretty accustomed to switching materials and or editing materials.

In my roof planes specifications dialog, under materials, Roof Plane is listed without a material selected, and the only options I can edit are: Fascia and Soffit/Eve.

I've changed roofing materials  a lot in the past, can't get around this one.

If I change the ridge cap material, it only adds the ridge cap profile and changes that strip.

I am using a gambrel roof, so maybe that has something to do with it?

 

 

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Are you using X9 Premier? If so, roof material is under the "structure" tab. However, the ridge caps are still under the materials tab. It would be helpful if you filled in your signature info with software and computer horsepower info to help users help you.

 

edit:

I reread your post and may have missed the question; sorry if that is the case.

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Chief 9.0 thru x8

core i7 intel, 32 gig DDR2, NVidia GTX 980, Samsung SSD. Win 10.

I see the interior ceiling finishes in the structure tab, but not the roofing materials.

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9 minutes ago, Jason_M said:

Chief 9.0 thru x8

core i7 intel, 32 gig DDR2, NVidia GTX 980, Samsung SSD. Win 10.

I see the interior ceiling finishes in the structure tab, but not the roofing materials.

 

I have it on my end Jason,,,,

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18 minutes ago, Jason_M said:

Chief 9.0 thru x8

core i7 intel, 32 gig DDR2, NVidia GTX 980, Samsung SSD. Win 10.

I see the interior ceiling finishes in the structure tab, but not the roofing materials.

 

Solved - you're using x8.  :-)

Ah, that said maybe you didn't upgrade to X9.  The roof materials in x8 are not in the roofing specs.  Now I have to go from memory as I don't have x8 now, someone refresh my short memory, is it in preferences and materials?

 

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