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I have Drawn an Shower using Joe's method, Stem wall with Glass Panel. I have been trying to insert Hardware. Wall Brackets. I have been unable to center them on the Glass panel.

 

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Look in your "Library Browser - Architectural - Fixtures - Faucets - Shower."

 

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I have Drawn an Shower using Joe's method, Stem wall with Glass Panel. I have been trying to insert Hardware. Wall Brackets. I have been unable to center them on the Glass panel.

 

What method are you trying to use to center them?

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I have dragged them in foprm the library and from the plan view attemot to position them. They but up aginst the glass but will not move into the wall.

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Hold the control key and drag into place.  Don't know why you are trying to drag into

a glass wall though.

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