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Pony wall - Door aligned

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Hello everyone, This is a pony wall (CA X10), the door is aligned to the widest wall (top), how can I align it to the down wall?
thanks in advance

Xterix

 

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I do not think this can be done.

 

Suggest you consider adding a new floor instead of using a pony wall.

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Please share a copy of your plan file with us so it can be properly evaluated and researched. Posting only an image just leaves guessing for those who might want to help. It could be that your upper walls are simply out of alignment with the first floor walls. It could be that you have the door improperly set up in its dialog (Recessed to main layer etc). It could be that you have not properly set up your Pony Wall in its Define Wall Type Dialog. Who knows, check all those and if no joy, post a copy of your plan,

 

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Personally, I wouldn't use a "Pony Wall" for this condition.

If you want that Thickened Band at the top of the Room either use "Soffits" or a custom "Crown Molding".

 

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In the absence of the beam tool use pony wall, it seems that the door and window are aligned to the low wall,
there is not other obcion.
Without beam and column tool is very limited with respect to similar softwares,

any way thank you for your time in answering

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Someone may be able to help if you will tell us what you are trying to accomplish.

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6 hours ago, Joe_Carrick said:

Personally, I wouldn't use a "Pony Wall" for this condition.

If you want that Thickened Band at the top of the Room either use "Soffits" or a custom "Crown Molding".

 

 

I am with Joe.

That is not the correct application for a pony wall.

I would use a crown Molding.

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This refers to a concrete structure the top is a beam, the bottom of a wall, 
as there is no beam tool I try to use pony wall tool.

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There are any number of ways to accomplish the look.  Soffit tool which can substitute for a beam in many cases.  Polyline Solid, Wall Material Region.  Post your plan and someone will find a solution for you.

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22 minutes ago, xterix said:

This refers to a concrete structure the top is a beam, the bottom of a wall, 
as there is no beam tool I try to use pony wall tool.

 

What Software are you using? because there are Floor and Beam Tools

 

even in the Home Designer Titles this could be done with the Soffit Tool in the Cabinets Menu , it can be used for many different things and it will accept moldings too.

 

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Example of what I said above. Using 2 floors, with the upper floor walls creating the beam.

 

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