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Exterior Rear Elevation(left)

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  1. Exterior Rear Elevation (left) is showing stone columns stopping at 2nd level btm of deck then from deck to top of eave. I need it continuous. 
  2. need sloped clg at 2nd floor veranda. 

Chief x8

 

any help would be appreciated. 

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For your columns delete top ones and set the height of bottom ones to what you had for the top ones and they will be one continuous column.

For the sloped ceiling uncheck has ceiling in room structure dbx. Alternative if you don't want ceiling on underside of roof would be to put two ceiling planes over veranda.

 

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