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Having an issue with wall framing height. Never had this before and have recently upgraded to X11, so wondering if it's operatior error or the program, etc. Anyway here goes:

 

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This shows exactly what happens. The wall framing does not go up to support the plate height.

 

Have checked the following to no avail:

 Verified ceiling height was accurate

 Wall is marked 'baloon through ceiling above' so we're not talking about a hidden attic wall messing this up - the wall actually does go up to the rafter - just the framing does not.

 

Any insights?

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You can get that to happen by either defining your room height lower than your roof's baseline height. or raising the roof above your room heights. Is the room height correct? Do you have auto rebuild wall framing on?

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If you post the plan you'll get a much better answer, but my guess is that your wall was adjusted in 3D at some point and the Default Wall Top Height was unchecked...therefore turning off the automated behaviors.

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