Sorry for the slight tongue-twister of a title. I'm here with another novice question.
When creating roof plans to send to layout, I'm running into an issue. After I choose to display all of my roof planes on the same level, they appear as though the program is deliberately displaying the lower roof planes on top of those that should be above. I've attached a couple snips showing an example of how one of my roof plans is drafted and another two with what that plan looks like in plan view. It's in the roof plan view but it looks the same regardless of the layer set I use.
I am looking to maximize the SSD (C:) I believe having the actual CA program on the C: drive will work faster so that is ok, but I would like to know what folders I could move to the D: drive.
In the photo attached I have folders in the E: drive which I am going to move to D: as well.
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Looks like a great community, pretty new to Sketchup - went through my first permit process, design, and construction with our garage (large building on the left).
We are now attempting to add a large area on the back (the white section). I could use help and suggestions for how to roof over this area. We would love to have 10' ceilings like our new garage. Here are my goals:
Raise the middle section of the house to 10' ceilings (like the garage) - indicated by the blue arrow. Cover the new section, also with 10' ceilings - somehow keeping a similar pitch, etc. Keep the the remaining part of the house intact, unchanged (the left area in RoofPicHelp1.jpg).
Thanks for any suggestions you might have!
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