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Is there a room dialog to prevent this from happening? Ideally I want to make the cantilever a "cantilever" room and have it not generate walls under the cantilever with auto rebuild foundation walls on. Unless there is an easier way? Copying the balcony room settings ends up generating walls like the attached picture, still generating walls under cantilever. Feel like I'm missing something very simple.
I am having a weird issue where the roof framing is being generated out of place. It is also ignoring the option to "Trim Framing To Soffits" option and extending the "I Joist" rafters outside of the walls. I have tried all sorts of things to get this fixed and I cant figure it out. Any suggestions?
I attached 3 images of the issue and a copy of the top floor / roof in a separate file (original complete file is HUGE)
I have noticed something strange. Well strange to me, maybe it makes sense but I can't see why. I want to make a cathedral ceiling, The eave facia is deeper than the gable fascia and when I look at an overall view this is what I see. Is there an easy fix for this? The attached file is just an experimental file that I was using to learn how to control roof and soffit features. Also to get roof framing to behave without excessive thinning.
Test ceiling file.plan
Hey ChiefTalk, how's everyone doing?
I'm trying to make a 7' tall frameless shower with a partial ponywall on one side and a curb under the rest, as shown in the attached picture.
I've successfully created what I want with two different methods:
1. Creating glass slab half walls at my desired height, then using soffits to create the ponywall and curb under the glass wall
2. Using a pony wall, where the bottom half is the 6" tall curb and the top half is my 7' tall glass wall
However, anytime I try to paint a new material onto the soffits (the correct tile finish), the glass wall cuts off half of the soffit, both on the curb and the ponywall (shown in second picture).
Why would the material painter screw up my soffits? It’s not changing anything structurally, just the appearance of the soffits (Right?). I've been instructed both by the reference manual and other users on this forum to use soffits to create simplistic surfaces like this shower curb, so I'm a bit vexed.
p.s. While we’re at it, if anyone has a suggestion for a better way to create a frameless glass shower like this, I’m all ears. This is simply the way that I figured out how to do it myself.