We are a premier custom builder in the Charlotte area that just converted our design department to CA and need assistance with drafting, and documentation. Looking to hire contract or full employment with benefits with the right candidate. Design skills are a plus but not required. Also might be interested in training from a pro on an hourly or contract basis as on option as well. Please contact email@example.com or reply directly. Thanks!
Help! When generating a 3D view, my view is in black and white unless zooming in very close. I tried to reset back to all of the default settings as well as resetting to defaults for my preferences. Nothing seems to help. My previous projects still appear as they should, but any new projects I try to create have the same black and white issue. I've attached a screenshot of the issue. Does any one know how to fix this? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
I'm new to chief as of a few weeks ago. I'm really loving how in-depth you can get with it. Hopefully this isn't to much of a newbie question that is easily answered somewhere else but I have seen anything on it. I'm trying to attach a shed roof to a gable. I have a feeling this is something similar to a porch roof, but after messing with it for a few hours I cant figure it out.
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I've attached my plan if that helps!
I'm using x12
Piper_3rd Round 2_4_2021.plan
So I learned this software(somewhat) and designed a house for my family about 6 years ago and the plan is now in motion to build the house. I have since forgot how to do all of the editing of the house and need a few tweaks done as well as the roof properly done since I never was able to understand how to get that part right. I also know that some walls, floors, and stairs were kind of just manipulated to be close enough to look ok in the camera view. So I would like someone that has more experience with the program to kind of go through my drawings and correct the things that need to be corrected and also get files for blueprints ready. I never could figure out that part either.