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  1. raymond_neeves

    Double, Double Hung Window

    could you use 2 lites across in the top and bottom sections to make it look like there are two windows side by side?
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    Non-rectangular soffits?

    yep it doesnt does it. sorry, it appears that they can only be right angled triangles. i only have 90 degree walls so never noticed the limitation correct
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    Non-rectangular soffits?

    click on the soffit tool and move the mouse right into the corner of two walls, you need to get fairly close to the corner but once you do it will change shape - at first it may look like a rectangle with a corner missing, but you can adjust it inwards to become a triangle, adjust it too far the other way and it will turn back into a rectangle.
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    Non-rectangular soffits?

    you can create triangular soffits if you build it in a corner first, then move it to where its needed. dont try and make it one big soffit, just create some smaller triangular ones and butt them up against your rectangular ones. other than that you dont have much control over the shape and the triangular ones tend to turn back into a rectangle if you stretch them the wrong way.
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    square spiral staircase

    https://www.homedesignersoftware.com/support/article/KB-00177/placing-a-spiral-staircase-and-stairwell.html might be about the closest you will get. you could try using this https://www.homedesignersoftware.com/support/article/KB-00486/creating-stair-winders-in-home-designer-pro.html method but it will be fiddly and most likely need invisible walls to constrain the treads. another alternative is an imported object for the treads, they could all be the same shape (or at least repeats of just a few) so you could just import, rotate and adjust heights to build it.