No material on end of wall


Larry_Sweeney
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I changed you wall definitions taking the stone out of the main layer. Not sure if this is needed, but it seemed to wrap on the end here. I'd use a solid to fill in the circled section -- at least for now.

 

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Here, I pulled the wall back and then turned the corner creating a short segment on the end.

 

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Eric...................Thank you for your time and advice. Much appreciated. I figured a P-solid would work as a work around. I thought maybe the was a "correct" solution and that I was doing something wrong. Of course that's not to say a good work around isn't correct. :) Have a great day.

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I think you are doing something wrong and I think Eric eluded to it.  The stone cannot be part of main layer.  If it is part of main layer,  it cannot wrap around end.

 

I also aligned the pony walls on main layer and for the one wall that did not quite fix....  I FLIPPED THE WALL...  I cannot explain but it fixed it.  I used no psolids.Pool House & Pavilion 1Fplan FIXED MAYBE BY DSH 1.plan

 

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