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When doing a Ray Trace the cabinets seem to be lit from the inside.

There were no lights added to these cabinets and it seems to be happening every time.

Kitchen Ray Trace Rev#2.jpg

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Got a Roof ?  and a foundation Built ? ...ALWAYS build them even for interior only Plans.

 

It is what is called Light Bleed.....plenty of forum posts on it if you search....

 

Don't forget to fill in your Forum Signature too please... see mine below

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34 minutes ago, dJanzenINTERIORS said:

I actually don't see your forum signature, what information would this include?

 

Thanks

 

You must have Sigs Off , in your account settings, check it so it goes green..... see blue below for how....

 

you should see this :

 

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*** to fill in your Signature like this .... go up to the top RH Corner above and click on your UserName> Account Settings> Signature.... and enable Signature (will Turn Green) then add your Hardware Details and Chief Software Version, as different Version require different Answers.

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