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Wow first of all let me say I'm not sure what experience others are having but X10 is so much faster on my laptop than X8 was and haven't used many of the new tools yet I'm very happy to see it working as I always hoped it had. Well done Chief !


Now  with the garage doors on the pony wall  is there a way to get the stone lower wall to continue  over to the door and stop the casing at the wall cap?  I think in older version x8 I had to do pony wall cap etc manually but since pony wall is much more integrated and easy to use I cant see a way to achieve this.


Thanks for any info


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