Cabinet molding cut off by railing wall


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You can use a Material Region  or Custom BS for the backsplash tile to fix it around the Window and at the end over the 1/2 wall if needed but adjusting the base cabinet BS to 18" ( counter to bottom of Upper cabinet) may also do it for you...

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27 minutes ago, verticalworks said:

Another similar issue with a railing wall, how to you get the ceiling not to cut through?

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I would say don't use a railing wall for a fireplace if that is what you have done?

 

Apply the Brick/stone to a Solid or a Soffit even, instead and use a 2nd one for the Mantel

 

 

M.

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Justin,  I thought I had experienced that sort of problem before and managed to resolve it but could not reproduce the failure in a test plan.  Would you mind copying that into a test plan and posting it if you have a moment.

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That is weird ..even after deleting the wall the Main Room shape doesn't fix itself

 

hmmmm F12 fixed the 3D view but not the plan view.....   looks like you had a hidden power outlet and coax you need to raise up behind the TV too.

 

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