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I'm trying to get a wall mounted light inside a skylight well. So far I figured I could put it on a wall nearby and specify the offset/height to get it to "appear" in the more or less correct place. This kind of works, but I'm wondering if anyone has a more legit way of doing this? I'm hopeful to get the light to automatically tilt with the slope of the well.
Help needed for rendering an exsisting, simple house and kitchen in La Mesa, CA, and if time permits; landscapeBy NellyCA
I would love to engage the services of a CA user, ideally in my present location of La Mesa, CA (so I can look over your shoulder)! it is a relatively simple, rectangular layout). I need to describe my exsisting house and, if time permits, apply a couple of my ideas for renovation (I lack the technical skill set at this point to carry out a few simple changes I would like to make). It would be great to get some help with landcaping, too, if time permits.
I've racked my brain trying to figure out why my skylight won't show a shaft to the ceiling on my first floor master bath. After placing a successful test skylight on the second floor, it occurred to me that the roof plane I was inserting the skylight into was generated from the first floor, but to draw a proper roof plan I have to display that roof plane on the 2nd floor. I moved the roof plane to display on the first floor and BOOM it creates the skylight shaft correctly. Tile the plan window and the section window and you can see what Chief does when you change the display floor.
Anyone else have this problem and created a solution, or is this a bug? I'm leaning toward bug since the skylight shows correctly on all views, just doesn't create the shaft when the only thing different is the floor on which it's displayed.