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How is it removed? Fence foundation wall

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How is it removed?

 

There is a checkbox at the Wall specification =>Rail Style for "Follow terrain" or "Step Terrain". Fundament Wall not step or follow terrain.

 

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I need to like this

 

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Maximum of what I have achieved is this, but that does not suit me:

 

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How is it removed?

 

There is a checkbox at the Wall specification =>Rail Style for "Follow terrain" or "Step Terrain". Fundament Wall not step or follow terrain.

 

24wm6.jpg

 

I need to like this

 

24wmd.jpg

 

Maximum of what I have achieved is this, but that does not suit me:

 

24wmk.jpg

 

 

This is so funny.  I was thinking of posting this question myself.

 

My question,  which I think is similar to yours,  How do we control the absolute top of the wall above floor level and how do we provide a footing under the wall with a defined elevation ......   all on a sloped lot.

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Have you tried breaks in your fence/wall?

 

jon

Have you tried it?  If you have tried it,  did it work?  If it did work,  would you mind posting an example?  Thanks.

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If I remember, I did "break~n~drag" in elevation view.  It's been a couple or three years, but I will try to find the plan and post it later, as I'm landscaping--again.

 

jon

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My mistake.  You need to create short foundation wall segments (about three panels on a steep grade) separate from the fence, then break and drag the new foundation walls.  

 

jon

Step Fence with Foundation.plan

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jcaffee, thank you very much for your help!

 

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Build => Wall => Foundation Wall

+ place on top

Build => Fencing => Fence. Foundation wall - unchecked. Step Terrain - checked.

 

Foundation Wall can be broken in cross-section view and in elevation view.

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