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OK, I have seen this issue on the blog before, but still can't find the fix.  I want to use the room divider tool, so I could have two different ceiling heights and the divider wall removed the drywall on the connecting wall.  It is possible to use this tool with two different ceiling heights?

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You could place a door way with no casing to height you desire to replace the invisible wall.

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1 hour ago, brushpark said:

OK, I have seen this issue on the blog before, but still can't find the fix.  I want to use the room divider tool, so I could have two different ceiling heights and the divider wall removed the drywall on the connecting wall.  It is possible to use this tool with two different ceiling heights?

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room divider.jpg

 

 

Yes the trick is to use a second short (12") room divider line right on the end of the Short wall , this will stop the Main Room Divider wall joining properly to the short wall so the drywall will then wrap the end of the short wall too.

 

You will then need to add a molding polyline to the room and uncheck the "no molding on this edge" box to add the base back to the end of the Short Wall too.

 

 

 

 

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59 minutes ago, Alaskan_Son said:

Here's another random idea...

 

Slick.   Thanks Michael.  When did you come up with that idea ?  Not so random.  Happy  800th 

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36 minutes ago, Chopsaw said:

 

Slick.   Thanks Michael.  When did you come up with that idea ?  Not so random.  Happy  800th 

 

Actually, just came up with that one about 5 minutes before I posted it.  And thanks :)

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All good suggestions, or should I say work-arounds to a simple issue automatically. I find it hard to believe the coders could not figure out a solution to complete the wall end. As Designers and Architects, we should not have to spend our creative time working through functional matters such as these. I would much prefer to see all of us posting beautiful examples of the work we do with a awesome program and not fixes. Image the thousands of, combined, hours we spend trying to find ways to solve common structural elements. I’m sorry but this makes no sense to me.

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