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I'm working on this project for a summer class.. I'm finished and was taking perspectives and a couple ray trace. I changed some of the settings in the ray chase for lights and such, and then I move to another part of the building and the ceiling is gone!! What did I do wrong? And how do I fix it?! Please help!!
I attached a snap of the outside of the building...no ceiling in the center (also I know my glass panels extend above the ceiling don't judge me)
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Chief Architect's Roof Beam tools are an easy way to add beams to a project. They are smart objects that recognize roof planes in the proximity and can be updated to fit the roof as the design adapts and changes, as they are prone to do.
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I need my CA walls to match these drawn measurements, but I'm having trouble getting both the diagonal-wall-length and horizontal-wall-to-horizontal-wall dimensions to agree. I think it's because CA can't/won't automatically alter the angle of the diagonal wall.
Is there a way to get everything where I want it without eyeballing and manually fine tuning the the angle?