Floor defaults


MichaelJerome
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I have updated my defaults to allow for a 14" floor truss between the two floors. All the dimensions show in the default setting DBX accurately but when they are commanded to reset to defaults the first floor adds 2" to the ceiling height but does not create the 14" space for the floor trusses. Let me know if someone sees something I missed.

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Megale Center Plan 2.7.20.zip

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