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I am trying to create  a rustic cabin .. I need to show the interior finish with open roof trusses and studded walls - No gyproc and no insulation.  photo sample attached

... trying to recreate a larger scale.  How do I go about this. is it in the defaults or preferences?

 

Thanks

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What you see is controlled by what you build, and what layers you have set to display.

 

Create a new wall type without drywall, build framing for the walls and make sure framing is set to display.

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Thank you..I've been at this for over 2 hours..I tried changes to preferences under walls  .. opened walls and to change layers.. went to Build Framing.. I'm at a loss.. something so simple as building 4 cabins on a plot of land close to water with a rustic interior and can't seem to get it...  frustrated now --- cant seem to get it... You make it sound so simple and it obviously is.. ill keep trying 

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6 minutes ago, decorators3 said:

changes to preferences

 

Preferences control how the program operates, not things in the model like walls.

 

1 hour ago, solver said:

Create a new wall type without drywall

 

Have you done this?

 

1 hour ago, solver said:

build framing

 

Have you built framing for walls and ceilings?

 

1 hour ago, solver said:

make sure framing is set to display

 

In your camera view, is framing set to display (it's normally not)?

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I'm sorry I don't  even know where to look for framng display anymore.. I've read the tutorial guides from one page guiding me another page... . I give it u for today

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Under wall types I went to Define and deleted the drywall  see image

I went to active display options and checked all display framing see image

 

but still cant see framing on camera view

 

 

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removed drywall.JPG

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Make sure you have built framing, and have this checked.

 

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WOW  thank you.  !!  I did it in my plan.. went to  wall types then define - deleted interior gyproc etc.....not sure about how to see roof trusses.YES I can  ---  see the roof trusses inside my buildings..  Thank your sooooooo much!!!!.

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