Glass Shower Wall Help!

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Alright I need a bit of help.  I have a bathroom that I have created for a client and put a glass wall in the shower but some how the glass wall is picking up the material surface of the rest of the bathroom.  I have check everything, opened up the wall itself (shows tempered glass in the materials) and can't figure out why it is changing the material of what is in the bath.  The wall is even separated just to see if that would work but it still continues to change the material of the glass wall.



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You most likely "Painted" the Room.


Select the Room and set the Wall Material to "Use Default".

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Joseph, I can't thank you enough for your quick response.  I knew it was something as simple as that.  Thanks for you help.





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