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I know this discussion has been discussed before but I am having an issue with the roofs overhangs. I have not had this issue before as most of the time the Boxed overhangs have worked but not this time. I have tried everything in the book to make my overhangs boxed and nothing is working. Any idea why my overhangs will show a boxed overhang?
Hi, P L E A S E need help with Truss Framing with Loft. The loft is continuos in 44ft length, The Trusses are 18ft long from rear gable end.
I am using X10.
Cannot find the answer for trusses in the mid of wider ceiling framing.
CAD settings…Retain wall framing?
Ceiling over 1st floor?
Thanks a bunch,
Help! Fairly new to CA and having a heck of a time getting recessed lights placed in box eaves. They angle to match the pitch of the roof instead of sitting flush with the boxed eave.
I've done a fair bit of research and all I can find is a topic from 2012 discussing this (see here). Has this been addressed yet? I am running X9.
The one suggestion in there of copying a recessed light into the user catalog and modifying it to place in the floor, then manually setting the height seems easiest. But I can't seem to figure out how to get the recessed light to place in the floor instead of the ceiling.
Edit: Well I did figure out how to get them mounted in the floor and then offsetting them, but is there no easier way without adding additional roof planes or soffits?
Hi all -
Anyone have any tips for keeping light from "gathering" in the eaves (and ceiling corners with interiors) when raytrace rendering? I get these weird artifacts all the time (day and evening shots) and don't know what I'm doing to produce them, or if its a quirk of the program. Either way, it makes a lot of raytraces unusable (unless client likes led strip lighting in the eaves that is)...
Attached a 5-pass rendering (dark, but illustrates the problem) which does not get better with more passes. Would love to hear if anyone else has had this issue, and what the solution might be!