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I have a couple questions...

 

1. Does anyone know how to control the base molding on the bottom of the glass shower wall?  It doesnt seem to go away because in the rest of the room there is base molding.  I just dont want it against the glass wall.

 

2. Does anyone know how to control wall behavior as it pertains to snaps?  Problem is I wanted the solid wall to come out about 3" past the glass sheet wall.  Well whenever I make any adjustments to either wall they snap together, thus giving you the wood stud exposed. 

 

Thanks!

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Generate a Room Molding Polyline that takes over the base in the bathroom. Edit it to remove the molding as required.

 

For the wall, draw 2 walls from opposite directions -- or break the wall and reverse (change interior to exterior) one of them. I changed the color of one to be obvious, but doing so is not needed.

 

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Very interesting Eric, I never thought about drawing the wall opposite direction...Im going to give it a try!  Thanks so much for the reply, hope you had a nice weekend.

 

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20 hours ago, solver said:

Generate a Room Molding Polyline that takes over the base in the bathroom. Edit it to remove the molding as required.

 

For the wall, draw 2 walls from opposite directions -- or break the wall and reverse (change interior to exterior) one of them. I changed the color of one to be obvious, but doing so is not needed.

 

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Works magic, but why?  How does flipping interior/exterior on one of them impact this, or said differently, why would it not work if both walls have the same side?  Just trying to understand CA's logic here.

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14 minutes ago, cv2702 said:

Works magic, but why?  How does flipping interior/exterior on one of them impact this, or said differently, why would it not work if both walls have the same side?  Just trying to understand CA's logic here.

because if you don't flip them , the two walls will keep joining up to create one wall all the time

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Great tip with the reversal of the walls, Eric. That’s also something that never crossed my mind. 

 

 

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That's such a simple and logical idea, and one I never dreamed of. Thank you!

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