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  1. Thanks! - I THINK I figured out what was wrong, or at least a work-around. - I went back to the stairwell & added a wall at the bottom of the stairs (to enclose the area) then made the wall invisible. Then I was able to change the settings for that room to unspecified & delete all molding. I also created a wall break at the bottom of the stairs so that I could still keep the molding in place on the wall until the stairs started. To close up the gap between the bottom of the solid rail & the support wall, I lined up a bunch of closed block shapes, set them for 1/16"
  2. What exactly do you mean by "plan file?" The entire Plan? It's HUGE. Not sure I can upload it on here. I CAN take some screenshots of different items if you need them, though.
  3. Thank you for your prompt response! - I just added 2 jpeg files. Hopefully you can see them. (I circled the problem areas in red.)
  4. HOME DESIGNER SUITE 2019 The room I'm working on has a staircase coming down into it. The wall supporting, or under, the staircase SHOULD be sloped to match the angle of the stairs. I think I finally figured out how to do that, but now I can't get the molding to display properly. I'm having trouble making the wall angled. This wall should be solid (ie: you can NOT see the treads/risers). The best I've been able to do is make the handrail solid, but there's still a gap showing the steps. How do I remove the chair rail from this wall without also removing