PacNWMike

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I would like to add a pony wall in a kitchen behind the peninsula cabinets. I would like to be able to specify the height typically 34½ to 46½ but it could be anything. Then I would cap it with wood trim or a bar top. I've tried creating a railing but that seems to be 42" and the cap is difficult to modify. The pony wall I create (see attached) is clipping the cabinet crown and valance even though ht is specified at 46½" and the added countertop does not show in the 3D or elev.. but shows in plan view. There must be a way to specify a wall by height.

 

Thanks

Mike

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A railing wall, not a pony wall should work. You set the height like any railing.

 

Try setting it to No Room Definition to fix the clipping issues.

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OK I see that I had the ht off floor wrong. Changed to 0. But still not seeing the countertop. Or a way to add trim specifically to the top of this wall only.

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You should have a top rail option that can be edited.

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Thanks for the very fast response. Changing ht off floor  fixed the clipping. Will try a railing...

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OK pony wall/railing w/cap only displays with the full camera or cross section elevation. Not with room camera nor wall elevation. (see attached)

 

Now to try to fix the floor orientation. Rotate 90°.

 

Thanks!

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13 minutes ago, PacNWMike said:

OK pony wall/railing w/cap only displays with the full camera or cross section elevation. Not with room camera nor wall elevation. (see attached)

 

Now to try to fix the floor orientation. Rotate 90°.

 

Thanks!

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use the material adjuster tool and adjust the texture 90deg.

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17 hours ago, PacNWMike said:

Not with room camera nor wall elevation. (see attached)

 

Nothing attached but this sounds like a Layer display issue in those two view types.... use your ALDO to determine the Layers in a full camera and then make sure they are on in Wall Elevation or a  Room (Floor?) Camera too

 

Wall Elevation cameras can also have railings and invisible walls set ti be "ignored" , so perhaps that is the cause?

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