Doug_N

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I had posted this before and DSHall was good enough to post a reply, but then I clicked on a wrong button and deleted the whole thread by accident.  

 

Mr. Hall, if you could would you please repost your solution along with the plan file?  I tried your solution but couldn't get it to work.  I must be doing something wrong.

 

Doug

Renovation Plan.plan

 

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Most of the building is a close estimate, but the top floor of the extension with the popup roof and skylights is new.

 

What I am trying to do is to make the wall in the highlighted area.

 

Doug Norton

Whitby Ontario

905 409 8487

Renovation Plan.plan

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Hey Eric,

 

Thanks for that.  I appreciate the feedback and help.  I noticed the stubby roof was moved away from the building, did you need to do that to place the attic wall?

 

Doug

 

 

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The stubby roof seemed to be inside the structure instead of outside. I was not sure where it should be.

 

Moving it cleaned up the wall connection, but did not prevent the new wall from showing.

 

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Ok thanks Eric.  

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