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I have run into this a few times and can't seem to get rid of it. I do not want the boxed fascia on the gable end.
I want what is on the left, not on the right.
I even deleted the right roof and copied the left to the right - it just comes back.
SND1854 Potter Barn.plan
Doing an as-built. I created the basic roof using auto-roof and then edited it manually to raise one section higher. This created a gable over a lower roof. I cannot get either that gable wall or the eaves to cooperate. I am attaching the file.
You will note that the gable in question is showing a boxed eave on the front. This is what was selected in all the dialogues; however, the other eave of that same gable is showing a continuous return. In all of that, the abutting roof 2nd floor lower wall, is in the picture for some reason and interfering with the generation of the gable wall and is apparently the end point for the continuous eave return. Interestingly, you will note there is a small bump out on the rear of the building with no roof. If I generate a manual shed roof over this section, the single boxed eave changes to a continuous return eave.
I usually build roofs manually, but things like this usually cause problems. Thought I would try, as is always suggested, to start with an automatic roof and manually adjust it hoping to eliminate joining issues that are often hard to find with manual roofs. This one seems to have several issues and I need help.
Oh yeah,......... using X-10
Dossenbach Existing Plan.plan
I know you all may wonder why I would want to do this. Anyway, is there any easy way to have the bottom edge of the fascia boards be flush with the bottom edge of the soffit? I have never figured out an easy way to accomplish this. I know I can change the size of fascia boards and the soffit so that everything is real close to what I am trying to achieve. I just wish there was an easier way to accomplish what I am trying to do The look I am trying to achieve would look something like the flush eaves in the second picture but, they would still be boxed eaves. If that makes any sense.