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When I'm building my roof, I put in a dimension for my roof overhang and it doesn't matter what number I put in the dialog box, it only draws it at 20" deep. What am I doing wrong? I need to fix this so I can draw my roof lines correctly and send out for a roofing quote. I am using Chief Architect Premier X12.
Thank you, Melissa
I would appreciate any help working out this rear existing roof where we area adding a new cath gable closed in veranda gable. the btm of interior gable ceiling it 11'8" . Exist. evar hight up is 11'8" ht. we are tearing off old covered sloped 6x6 with plastic over it and adding this new gable roof. I cannot seem to get it worked out. See attached exist. pics.
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Foxland chase st.Sugarlan Porch roof 10.06.2020.plan
Foxland chase st.Sugarlan Porch roof 10.06.2020.zip
Issue in X12 when using break tool to adjust wall for an extension over a column.
Bare wall end fir stud and overhead framing stud can be seen in wall section instead of drywall.
See attached file/pic.
I do not believe soffit is viable solution as I am seeing that soffits will not frame.
So framing is important.
Many thanks to Solver as he addressed this issue and resolved it for my needs by applying different wall types to the wall area drawing. I posted my original files as reference and Solver's solution file (1868954996_MHD_sampletemplateplanSolutionWallEnds).
And the solution frames out too as can be seen in file with camera Perspective Floor & Perspective Framing views.
Wall End Issues.plan
Please help me to create roof over a floor without walls but with only beam/pillars. I want it to be open terrace but covered from above.