Wal above courtyard sticcking out

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Not sure why its doing it, but if you add a room divider to make the out door are a "room" then uncheck "roof above" and uncheck "ceiling above" (in the dbx), it goes away.

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Also, if you line up the wall's main layer with the collinear wall to the top of the screen, things fix themselves.

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I took a different approach, noticing that the order of layers was different in the curved wall than the straight wall.  I reversed the straight wall and bingo.  Upper section disappeared.



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