stevenyhof

Floors do not change materials

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I ran into this once before. I am setting my room types for each space, but the floors are not updating. The garage did.

The Master has carpet, the tile shower has tile, etc.

Any ideas of what I am missing?

Thank you,

Steve

MPI1825 Bill and Sharon Kirkwood.plan

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None of your rooms have a default finish floor specified.

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It's because your floor finish layers are set to 0" thick.  With no finish layer thickness, the floors are defaulting to the 1st Floor Floor Finish Defaults.

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Ah! I didn't want the size - ok, thank you!! I will give them some depth

 

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1 minute ago, stevenyhof said:

Ah! I didn't want the size - ok, thank you!! I will give them some depth

 

Even .01" will fix it.

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1 minute ago, Alaskan_Son said:

Even .01" will fix it.

Perfect! I just don't need the added details in my sections. Thank you!

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You can always turn off the Floor Surfaces layer in the cross section.

That way, you get an accurate model.

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5 minutes ago, glennw said:

You can always turn off the Floor Surfaces layer in the cross section.

That way, you get an accurate model.

 

Or, if you want to keep your subfloor, just turn off the Rooms layer in your cross section.

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