Window Sills are goofy


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Hey gang.  I know there has been a little talk here about window sills, but I can't seem to find the specific problem I'm having.  I can't seem to find a way to make my sill just a hair higher than what appears to be the framing.  The result is the two materials (in this case, white and fir framing) crossing over each other.  This looks ridiculous, and I'm supposed to be dazzling customers.  Any thoughts?  I've attached a pic to show you what I mean...

 

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Ha!  Glad you asked that.  I just figured it out!  In case anyone has the same problem, I noticed when I created a small plan to upload, I didn't have the same problem, and figured out that I had to check the box for "fit frame to wall".  Thanks anyway, Solver!

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