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I have asked this question on Facebook’s Chief Architect page and no one can figure out or help with what I am seeing. I can’t adjust the knee wall height unless I click and drag each piece of lumber individually. I did this once and then rebuilt framing for another wall and it rebuilt this to what you see in the image. I also had all the ceilings correct and then found them separated from the floor trusses today and the floor/ceiling heights are off. I tried the Edit>Reset to Defaults and that didn’t adjust them. I am not sure what is going on but I am definitely not intentionally doing this. I found it like the images below as I am placing everything into the layout pages and several areas are messed up. Any ideas?
I need a little assistance with my soffit planes please.
As shown in the attached pic, the soffits seem to be floating and are separated from where they should be located. I must have checked a box in the roof defaults but can't find the source.
Related, I think is the fact that in 3D viewing the ceilings planes are non-present also. I'm assuming they are a related problem but maybe not.
Any input would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance for your help.
Ok, the next thing odd happening with this model:
The cheek walls on the dormers are being cut at the roof plane locations. I suspect it's a problem with the two roof planes coming together at the gambrel pitch transition points, and being compounded by two ceiling planes below the roof planes created to 1) provide a 12" space for insulation and air gap between the roof decking and insulation; 2) provide gussets at the roof pitch transition where the support studs have been removed to open up the rooms.