Pony Wall Magic


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Newbie to Chief Architect. While designing a walkout basement plan, in the foundation layout, I created a stem wall with brick pocket on framed exterior basement wall. This stem wall is 37" below grade. All looks well until I add the framed wall on top of it.After adding framed wall, going to the floor perspective...poof, pony wall gone. Racking my brain to figure out why?
 In advance, thank you for any help....X12 software.

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2 minutes ago, DarkPony said:

All looks well until I add the framed wall on top of it.

 

How did you do this?

 

A Pony Wall is a type of wall structure built in to Chief. Search Help or the Chief website for additional info on Pony Walls.

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The KnowledgeBase ( KB ) is very handy for the Basics and then some , since in many cases you won't have been the 1st to ask.....

 

https://www.chiefarchitect.com/support/article/KB-00064/drawing-a-pony-wall.html

 

and don't forget the Video library either...........

 

https://www.chiefarchitect.com/videos/watch/5455/creating-pony-walls-for-above-grade-brick.html?playlist=85

 

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7 hours ago, DarkPony said:

All looks well until I add the framed wall on top of it.

More info is needed here. Did you 'draw' a framed wall over the pony wall? 2 walls cannot occupy the same space in plan view. Or did you 'add' the framed wall using the pony wall tools? If so, did you set the wall elevation correctly?

Post pictures, post the plan. Typing descriptions is sooo 2018.;)

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