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Doorway Flooring Issue

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Is this a BUG or a setting problem? What our my options? I'm guessing as a work around I could lay a p-solid in the doorway and give it the oak material to fill the gap. Is this the best solution? I just want to make sure I'm not just doing something wrong to get this result. Thank you.

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Why use a doorway at all ?  Just break the low wall and pull it back to create opening.

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How did you create this? 

 

Maybe post a plan?

 

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I bet one room is a slab and the other is a wood floor.....  OTOH,  sometimes when the wall is very wide,  the floor material goes missing.....  and then you  could PTP

 

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I made the opening using a doorway and added a pass-through on each side then mulled them together. I just realized that by unmulling the three items the problem cleared up. I'll have to look at the opening a little closer to see if I have any other problems not having them mulled. I just assumed they would have to be mulled together to look correct. I have my units set up for zero separation and no frames or casing.

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I usually do these like this.

Pass-Through and Doorway.

 

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21 minutes ago, solver said:

I usually do these like this.

Pass-Through and Doorway.

 

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Nice illustration Eric.

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Eric......Do you then mull them or not?  Would there be any reason to mull them? If you do mull them, do you get the same issue with the missing flooring material as in my case?

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They cannot be mulled in this configuration.

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On 1/25/2018 at 10:32 AM, JJohnson said:

Why use a doorway at all ?  Just break the low wall and pull it back to create opening.

I guess I could do that. I already thought of that but I end up with no jamb and casing. I HATE trying to work with molding Polylines and Molding Lines. they are annoying to me.  I really was hoping there was a way to do this and the trim casing is automatic.

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On 1/25/2018 at 11:39 AM, Alaskan_Son said:

 

Nice illustration Eric.

How do I get the casing to be added to the rest of the opening? I need one side all the way to the floor and the other side to land on the counter at half-wall height

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