Larry_Sweeney Posted March 28, 2014 Share Posted March 28, 2014 First off, or should I say SECOND OFF. I wrote all this before, hit the post and it supposedly posted, when I went back to Q & A it wasn't there. This posting problem is really starting to P*** me off! Some day some how I'm going to find where those post get posted. Oh well, that's a whole other subject. I'm going to try this again...... I was working on an elevation and I noticed that in one of my French doors the glass wasn't opaque. All the other windows and doors in this elevation and the other elevations were opaque. I picked this up when I noticed two opening indicators showing on the French door. This is when I realized the glass wasn't opaque. The "other" door that is showing (I painted yellow to show up better) is at the other end of a hall from the French door. In the attachment I show part of the elevation and the floor plan where the French door is located. I'm pretty sure the cause of this is due to the way I installed the door, but I don't know how else this could be done. I made a doorway in the block wall and then installed the French door in the framed wall because I want the door to be able to swing against the wall in the hallway. This is as you would do it in the "real world". I tried changing the "double wall" to all three of the different options for double walls and it didn't change the problem of the opaque glass. I suppose as a work around I could just put a p-solid behind the door, "paint" it white and have it turned on for this elevation anno set, but I thought maybe I'm just going about the door installation wrong. Has anyone had this happen to them or know the correct way of installing this door so the glass is opaque? Would this be considered a bug? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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