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My client decided that instead of a full 2 story he would like to do a 1 1/2. Is there any way  I can drop the roof without having to delete all roof planes and building again? I have multiple manual roof planes and do not want to lose those. 

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Select the roof planes and move them all in the Z axis.

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7 minutes ago, javatom said:

Select the roof planes and move them all in the Z axis.

 

Using Transform/Replicate.

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