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I am having trouble with getting my third floor deck supports to extend and connect with my first floor deck. There is no decking on the second floor (the second floor is essentially a half floor almost, I had to create it to be able to put a loft above a room on the first floor). I am pretty new to Chief, and have been able to figure a lot out on my own however, I am apprehensive about turning off the "automatic decking" (which the pop-up message told me I would have to do whenever I tried just extending one of the posts).
To add-- I am an interior design student, this is for one of my final projects so, as much as I would like for the decking to be up to code, it isn't imperative, I mainly need the posts to extend all the way down so that I can place furniture accordingly, and also so that my elevations aren't wonky looking.
THANKS SO MUCH FOR ANY AND ALL HELP!!
I've include a picture of the structure below.
The attached pergolia remodeling I am trying to copy and paste stone column, with cap and 8" wood posts to another plan of same buliding of site plan. I even blocked the column and it only pastes the stone base , not the cap nor the 8 in posts. I would also like to
past the pergolia framing etc. to the new plan. but mainly the full columns now. any suggestions.
I want my decks to look like the decking runs down the side 2-3 planks. At the moment I am doing it manually each time, but it is having a glitch.
What do they call this side part in CA (some US names are different to Australian). Does anyone know how I would set this up?
Im using X8
I want to create basic detail notes and sheet notes which follow a letter or number outline. For example:
1. Alphabetical sheetnotes are not referenced in the plan;
Numeric sheetnotes are referenced in the plan."
The second line of text should indent flush with the first line of text.
Can this basic set of notes be created in Chief (without importing a PDF from another program)?
Also, is there any way to create columns of text?