SallyMac52

Exterior Wall Termporary Dimensions

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I just upgraded to X10 so this is probably a setting I must change. I tried the default settings and preferences and searched the tutorial and online for help, but didn't find what I need.

 

I do not want my temporary dimensions to pick up the interior walls when I place my cursor on an exterior wall.

 

Can anyone direct me to the setting I should use? 

Exterior Wall Dimension.png

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Hmmmm....hadn't noticed this change in behavior before but you're right, something appears to have changed from X9.  For a temporary fix, you can disconnect the interior wall from the exterior wall.  But, this is  something you might want to send in to tech support.  Or someone more knowledgeable than myself might have a better solution.

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Thanks, at least I know it's not just me.  I'm hoping one of our experts will know how to solve this,  if not I will send it to tech.

 

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The only controls that ever existed for Temporary Dimensions are found in "Edit - Default Settings - Dimensions - Temporary Dimensions" as far as preprogrammed tendencies are concerned.

 

DJP

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On 6/1/2018 at 5:48 AM, SallyMac52 said:

Thanks, at least I know it's not just me.  I'm hoping one of our experts will know how to solve this,  if not I will send it to tech.

 

 

There is a Note in this week's Update to CA10 PDF that this has been fixed .......  fingers crossed ....

 

2.7 Dimensions
• Fixed a problem that caused Temporary Dimensions along walls to stop at perpendicu‐
lar walls.

 

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