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I am trying to create a home with a full basement under one section of the home and the others are slabs on a 5' frost wall (here in VT we need this). I am having problems getting the floor levels to all align. When I change the setting for the structure in the M.Bdrm (in Room Spec) and hit OK, the changes are not incorporated and switch back to original settings. How do I get all of the floors to align?post-3961-0-95902300-1447437617_thumb.jpgpost-3961-0-23278700-1447437749_thumb.pngpost-3961-0-49784900-1447437788_thumb.png

 

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