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Is there anything I can do to either reduce or eliminate the lines the column moldings are producing in vector view? I did convert the curve to a polyline...and divided the circle into very small parts...but it doesn't seem to help.
Any ideas would by great. Thanks.
Here's a couple pics...a sample plan is attached also. (Column Molding in Vector View.plan)
I need advice on how to create a cathedral ceiling for a great room that has one exterior wall and three interior walls. The external wall that faces the back patio I want the patio roof to be a gable roof with no flat ceiling. I want a cathedral ceiling in the great room, but I want the cathedral structure to run 90 degrees perpendicular to the patio cathedral ceiling. I have have searched the chief talk forum and looked for Youtube videos for solutions, but can't find anything which helps me. I'm attaching a basic floor plan which illustrates what I see when in the great room with a camera view.
Great room cathedral ceiling CA question.plan
I have tried to catch all the ceiling heights above to fix this, I need the first floor to be 10', client change their mind of course once entire plan is drawn. I am attaching plan file as well. Previously I have simply redrawn the entire plan to change the ceiling height. I dont have time this time. Super frustrating... i haven't found a tutorial that makes the fix. Not sure I'm asking the correct question.
Any one know a good method to draw a crown molded coffered ceiling that is vaulted not flat? I am a less than 1 year user of Premier x9. I watched a training video on the flat ceiling method for coffering and pulled that off really well but now I need to do a vaulted and coffered ceiling and the same methods didn't work.