Tricky Roof Layout - Need Help!


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Hi there

 

I'm pretty new to Chief Architect and I have a project with a pretty bizarre roof line.  I'm SO close to connecting everything but I'm not sure how to have a roof slope in two different directions.  I've attached images of the section of roof I'm interested in fixing (if it's possible).  It's a triangle that connects to other roof sections at two of three corners.  However, one corner sits high because that section needs to slope in two directions.  I was hoping there was a way to select the two corners and simply join them and have the program figure out the slope needed for this but I can't seem to figure this out on my own.  Anyone have any tips/tricks/advice? 

 

Below is a OneDrive link to the .plan file I am working on: 

https://1drv.ms/u/s!AjJMbQMG7iV1gsch39gBGIlQ9B519Q

 

I am using Chief Architect X14.  

 

Thanks in advance

Kristy

Roof Image #3.JPG

Roof Image #2.JPG

Roof Image #1.JPG

 

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12 minutes ago, solver said:

Please check your upload -- try downloading it yourself.

 

14MB file size limit, and the plan cannot be open in Chief when you upload.

You are right, it didn't download properly.  The file was too big so I added a one drive link to a copy of the file.  I hope that's allowed...wasn't sure how else to share the file...

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6 minutes ago, solver said:

It's helpful to know what software you are using as it changes from version to version. This information is needed to provide the best response.

 

Please don't reply telling me what version you have, or to tell me that you included that info in your post, and please do not simply make a comment saying what you have, instead, place this info in your Signature so it's always available by clicking on your user name at the top right of the page, click Account Settings, then Signature on the left.

 

Thanks

Fixed.  Thank you for the advice. :)

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1 hour ago, Alaskan_Son said:

You'll have some additional cleanup to do, but start by adjusting the Baseline angle to match the pitch of the roof plane that your roof-plane-in-question is intersecting...

 

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Oh my goodness thank you!!  I never would have thought to try that in a million years.  Totally worked after very minor cleanup!  Thank you!! :)

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