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finish material in wall is moving to the center of a second wall

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08-31-2012 02:16 PM

I think I have a silly problem with the finish material of a wall and its driven me crazy!

I am in a Floor Plan view and i want to move the finish material where is the Reference Line ( image attach)  but i cant, the program put it back to the middel of the second wall (color yellow). Someone know what can i do???

 

thanks!!!

Click on the top wall and then the Grip at the bottom of the wall and move the Grip up to disconnect it from the other two walls. Then click the align bottom, the reference plane and then the bottom of the wall you moved. If should line up correctly. See the image for details. If if does not line up check to insure that all your wall start and stop at the same points, and if that does not work you could add a 1/32" gap between the wall and ref plane and lock the dimension.

 

Thanks for posting.

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Re: finish material in wall is moving to the center of a second wall

09-04-2012 08:50 AM in reply to: aalonsojaver

Click on the top wall and then the Grip at the bottom of the wall and move the Grip up to disconnect it from the other two walls. Then click the align bottom, the reference plane and then the bottom of the wall you moved. If should line up correctly. See the image for details. If if does not line up check to insure that all your wall start and stop at the same points, and if that does not work you could add a 1/32" gap between the wall and ref plane and lock the dimension.

 

Thanks for posting.



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