I've tried all dbx setting combinations I can think of, looked through the discussion topics, and on the FB user group - can't find a solution to get my balusters to go down to the stair treads. I see a few pictures of this type of application but can't figure out how to do it. I turned the auto-rail off and am using the railing tool. Any help with this is appreciated.
From the help text for this DBX here is how the height reference is supposed to work.
The Top Height Reference values control what point on the staircase the Top Height value, below, describes.
Select Floor/Landing for the Top Height value to describe the height of the top tread plus the stated Riser Height.
Select Top Riser for the Top Height value to describe the height of the top riser. (I have copied this text and pasted it in the graphic as well.)
Except that doesn't work if Automatic Heights is checked. In fact, once OK is clicked the default goes back to Floor/Landing. Why is this? Is this just my installation or is this true for everyone?
I have a building which has a staircase outside of the structure that I'd like to display on the second floor plan. Is there a way to do this without creating walls under the stairs or encasing the area with invisible walls? Thanks!