paccoastJeff Posted February 5, 2020 Share Posted February 5, 2020 To change the height of only one wall in a room, is going to 3D view as it says in the documentation really the only way to do it? Select the wall and drag to resize. That isn't a horrible solution, but why doesn't the wall being resized snap to the height of an adjacent wall when you get close? It seems difficult at best to get them aligned perfectly. I'm having a similar problem drawing posts with beams that serve to support trusses over an attached patio. I am drawing them as roof beams with posts. The posts won't snap to line up with a side of a wall I want them to align with. I have to turn off the grid snap to get them placed precisely. Once I have the 3.5" posts placed, the 3.5" beam being placed to rest on the posts don't snap to align with the post either. I have to make sure snap is off and place them that way. Is that correct, or is there something n the documentation I am missing? Also, when I look at the roof framing view, the beams I have placed show up. When I open each beam the top height matches the height of the adjacent walls. When I generate a roof it doesn't cover the beam area though. If I select the roof and try to drag it over the beam area, the plane of the roof continues as it was drawn and it just goes under the beams. I assumed since the beams show up in the roof framing view, and are placed at the right height, that a generated roof should cover it? What am I missing? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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