LeeDrafter

floor framing appears on wrong floor

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Hello,

I just auto-built floor framing for floor 1, and usually it shows on floor 0 so I can see support walls beneath joists. This time floor 1 framing is appearing on floor 1 plan view. However, when I look at the orthographic view of the framing, it is correct. This may have happened because I changed floor 1 during design. I used to have it as a basement, so on floor 0, but then I added a crawl space underneath, so the "basement" is now floor 1 and the crawl space is floor 0. I would appreciate any help to make the floor framing appear on floor 0 so I can see the crawl space below. Thanks!!

Lee, X9

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I am not exactly sure why Chief did what it did or if you may have exposed a flaw in the programming logic by the process you followed.   However it should be relatively simple if you select all the framing and copy it down a floor and it should maintain the same absolute elevation if you are lucky.

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