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Hello, working in Interiors X10 and I consistently have this issue (see attached image). How can I keep drywall where the stud is exposed? Thanks! 

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Could you attach a simple plan demonstrating the problem?

 

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Hi Eric, thanks! I attached the plan. I'm not sure what you mean by 'simple plan,' so if I need to do something else please let me know. I am new to the forum! I appreciate the help. I have this problem with a lot of my models. 

Olson Main_Existing.plan

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40 minutes ago, solver said:

 

Please check your messages.

 

Thanks Eric - I checked my messages and read/watched what you shared. 

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In X10, the easiest thing to do is make those out of Doorways instead of using invisible walls....

fix.plan

 

Perhaps even better though...just upgrade to X12 and it would be working fine as is.

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I had this very issue just the other day. Turned out to be that I had TWO doorways in the same location.

 

 

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I have same issue in X12 when using break tool to adjust wall for an extension over a column.

 

I was not able to view Solvers response.

 

See attached file/pic.

 

(PS) I do not believe soffit is viable solution as I am seeing that soffits will not frame.

So framing is important.

Wall End Issues.plan

 

*Had trouble uploading file. But it was just simple test .plan

 

Thanks.

Exposed Stud and Framing X-12.PNG

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Ah!

Looks so simple now.

I believe I see differences in walls (pony/divider+default wall type ) to make the solution.

 

And looks like they both frame out as needed even better than one wall broken up.

I will make separate thread and reference your solution.

 

FYI: I will also post thread for a second floor dormer walls soon.

 

Beaucoup Thanks.

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