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  1. Ok, got my answer. Round railings are not available.
  2. Could swear I saw them somewhere... but can't find round railings for standard stairs. Is there a non-workaround way to select/show them? thanks
  3. Hi Eric & thanks again- Turns out that the wrench defaults override the cabinet-specific defaults; therefore, if I pick "Midnight" as a general default for cabinets, using the spraycan set to default will revert the cabinets to "Midnight" even if we have a different color chosen as a default through the Cabinet-specific selections. So... again, using the spraycan reverts defaults to the "Main Wrench Defaults", which are less specific but override the more granular object "defaults", which, obviously, are not actually defaults. By the way - what screen capture so
  4. Ok - watched it - thanks so much. Yeah, looks like you tried some of the same stuff I did; why there are two places for default material definitions is something to which I haven't found an explanation; further, the two don't match up. That said, getting to the defaults through the cabinet types themselves opens up more options. And again... might not be an issue if I could revert materials to default with the spray can, but I can't seem to do that. I may try restarting again to see what happens.
  5. Thanks Eric - going to watch now. Back in a bit.
  6. Hi Eric- No, I'm saying I can't do it by changing default materials & then by using the spray can in Default mode. (And then, naturally, by changing the defaults.) I figured I could revert to default & assign color/materials that way. But the spraycan isn't returning materials to Default when selected. I can change the colors to other colors by choosing a color with the spraycan, however, but obviously spraying 100 different pieces for a "simple" change is a non-starter... file is 36 megs, so I can't upload in native format. Zip attached. kitchen-test
  7. I am at a point where I can't change the material by either adjusting the default setting(s) or by using the "default" spraycan. No idea how to troubleshoot this. Below is what I get when I have Color - Charcoal assigned to all components for base cabinets except hardware. Also - if there isn't, there should be a way to change all identical colors in a default, so that if I'm using white and change to charcoal, I don't have to change it in 15 locations for all cabinets... is there a way to do this for all cabinets or cabinet types within a room? thanks
  8. Ok, I thought I'd find an option to center it on the face without having to do the math... guess I'll have to do the math.
  9. Hi Guys - thanks for the quick reply. When I do that, the knobs on the entire cabinet move similarly, i.e. the knob is in the location shown in Eric's upper screenshot (lower right), and in this case, 1 3/8" in from the edge.
  10. I've got a cabinet with two top side-hinge doors, and a bottom door with a top-hinge. The knobs on the top doors should are located near the inner split between the doors, but I want to center the knob on the bottom door. Is there a way to do this? For that matter - is there way to tell it to center knobs on top-hinged doors by default? thanks
  11. Hi David - thanks. I'm finding that it's not dependent on zoom level as I'm pretty zoomed in... simply, I can move some undercabinet lights, but not others. They're identical otherwise.
  12. Update: I can move under-counter lights in some elevations views, but not others.
  13. I saw the question as it appeared in my email - seems to have been the same question, i.e. how to put a light "inside" a cabinet. The cabinet type should largely be irrelevant. Why create more posts for the same topic? Genuinely curious. Obviously, leaving my topic in place was indeed helpful as anticipated, or, at least, a step in the right direction.
  14. Ok, got it. The roof, as built automatically, was not attached to the wall of the house. I dragged it to touch in plan view and that seems to have worked.