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OK...I've been messing around with the "Tray Ceiling" tool in X12. Cannot for the life of me figure out how to create a "nested" tray ceiling. In the help file it shows to unique icons...one for a "tray"...and one for a "nested tray". I cannot find where this "nested" tray menu or icon exists.
Is the nested ceiling shown below in Example B possible with the Nested Tray Ceiling tool? Thanks!
I am trying to draw suspended ceilings for my office area and having a problem with the suspended ceiling not starting a new grid alignment between some offices in 3D view. I want each office to have it own ceiling grid layout so I don't end up with small edges and misaligned ceiling tile and lights. It works between some rooms but not others. Here is what I do...I use "Draw Line" to layout my ceiling pattern, then I place my recessed lights where I want them, I go into "Room Specifications" -> "Materials" -> "Ceiling Finish" and select "Square Ceiling Tile." After all that, I go to camera view...I then use "Adjust Material Definition" and select the ceiling. On the "Pattern" tab and the "Texture" tabs I change the "Horizontal Offset" and "Vertical Offset" to match the lights. In some cases this works fine and other times the Horizontal Offset and the Vertical Offset don't stop and the interior walls and they adjust the ceiling on the other side of the wall (in the next office.) I can't figure out what I am doing differently that causes it to work properly some times and not others. Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thank you, David-R
I have a persistent problem with gaps in my porch ceilings in between the finished surface and the underside of the roof structure. I know it has to be a setting i have wrong but i cannot figure it out! Current project is a barndominium with a gable porch.
Thanks in advance
I accidentally deleted the floor surface from my layout of a building. It appears that the top floor surface is missing leaving the subfloor. I don't know how to add a new floor surface to the subfloor (walls are built and floor plan is otherwise complete).