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Hello, we extended the wall of this room out and I am trying to figure out how to move the roof out to cover the wall with the same overhang I am using. Every time I move it, the roof does not connect correctly. Does anyone know how I can just pull that section of the roof out to where it will still stay connected to the remainder of the house roof and completely cover the room?

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If that's an auto return, you will need to remove it and draw in a manual roof plane.

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Just now, solver said:

If that's an auto return, you will need to remove it and draw in a manual roof plane.

 

I am pretty new to the software. We already had the house built in on the program but adjusted the plans with new modifications and extending the room was one of them. We are using Chief Architect Premier X9.

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Do you want that entire roof area -- the gable included to move forward, or just the short section of roof in front of the gable?

 

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I would like the entire roof area over that room to move forward to extend over the extended wall.

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