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Does "Use Soffit Surface for Ceiling" clean it up ?

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I would have to see your roof plane DBX to see what exactly is going on but wouldn't you put a beam there to hide it anaway?

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Old unused roof plane perhaps?  ( eg, if manual RP and retain manual RPs is checked on rebuild)

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2 hours ago, Chopsaw said:

Does "Use Soffit Surface for Ceiling" clean it up ?

yes it did, thank you all. 

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