Foundation wall problem


MN_JohnH
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That section of the wall seems to have been created on the first floor level, and doesn't know that it is supposed to be a foundation wall.  You could copy and paste to Level 0 (delete the windows that might go with it) or re-create that section while you are on Level 0, with the regular (non-pony)"stucco" foundation wall. In that case, you will likely have to make the new first floor wall a pony wall in order to get the result you're looking for. 

No matter what, Chief thinks that's a first floor wall, which is why it doesn't show up in Level 0. 

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