about a year ago, with an X12 updates, thick wall connections (anything over 8" thick) became unstable...especially when 3 walls intersect.
I'm attaching an X12 plan that demonstrates several issues I'm having. Curious if others see the same behavior. notes within the plan describing the behaviors
I realize that layered walls will likely fix much of this but I do not like layered walls....they have a whole set of issues that I don't want to get into the pros and cons. again, this worked fine before, but broke with an X12 update and is still broken in X13 beta.
Appreciate everyone's input.
I'm a relatively new user and am working my way through the Bachelor View project after the Chic Cottage project disappeared. I'm at video 6, "Creating Rooms and Defining the Ceilings" but I noticed something funky going on with some of my walls from the foundation/basement showing up on the first floor. I'm sure part of the issue is that some of my wall heights/foundation/stem walls are off, but the videos don't show what my defaults should be set to. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!
Working on a new house plan, using CAPx12. Haven't had this problem since I started and of course it would happen on a deadline.
My exterior wall is shown with house wrap in perspective view. That's it. No siding, even though that's the default. It's connecting walls show correctly with siding. I've deleted it, redrawn it, moved it and I'm at a loss. I've checked it's properties and it reads correctly. I can't figure out what I'm missing. Anyone have any suggestions for me?
Windows 10 Pro
HP Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-8265U CPU @ 1.60GHz 1.80 GHz
8.00 GB (7.81 GB usable)
I'm having issues getting two joining external walls to have different materials and meet on the external corner ( pebble dash and brick) . I've checked my intersections and their mitered correctly and if i select ' through end/start' in structural for the wall it just shifts the issue to the adjoining wall. Please help?