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  1. Perfect. Just what I was looking for. Thanks for the help.
  2. Hi, created a floor plan that's almost complete but want to remove the furniture for eventual building blueprints. Thought there was a way to create a layer that would either include or exclude interior furniture but can't find anything. I thought these were the layers: Any help is appreciated.
  3. Right you are! And right there in front of me. Thanks again!
  4. Bifold doesnt work. I checked the help and the only two references to double doors (that aren't related to cabinets) are in Door Specifications: And Door Tools: So they reference them but nowhere can I see how to create them. Maybe my version (Home Designer Pro) lacks this option but this seems like a simple thing that would be used often???
  5. Hi, trying to create dual hinged doors for a closet and don't see any option other than single hinged. Something like the picture below but each door would only be about 18" wide. This seems like a pretty standard type so I must be missing something. Any help is appreciated. Thanks, Mike
  6. Thanks Solver for the slider fix, something I should have found on my own. I work in the aerospace industry and we constantly go thru software changes and I'm so used to seeing disappearing functionality I didn't even think of checking the view settings! And thanks DJP for your info. That makes sense that Autocad is the commonly used software by the architect community. WAY back in the early days of desktop PCs there were two main CAD software packages available, Autocad and Cadkey (now KeyCreator). Even back then Autocad was viewed as primarily for architectural work so we went wi
  7. Hello, recently upgraded to the subject version from 2020 Suite and there is one aspect that's changed that I'd like to restore if possible. In the previous version there were sliders for both horizontal and vertical axes so you could move the view as required. Those seemed to have been removed in Pro and the equivalent is hitting "P". It's a small thing but forces me to use both hands to do what I used to be able to do with the mouse. Is there a setting that anyone knows of that will allow the return of the sliders or is the "P" function the only option. Also, as a general questio
  8. Hi, I'm trying to create a bar similar to what is seen in the attached bar1 photo with typical two level structure of bar top and lower sink area. There are no pre-set structures for this type of thing as far as I could see so I went with creating back to back cabinets with different heights. This works well but I'm having issues with the outer cabinet joining. I want an angled corner same as seen in the bar photo and the only way I could find to do this is to create a cabinet with a type 'corner'. This seemed to work as i could join the lower leg with overhung top fine (see cab1a.jpg) but whe
  9. Hi, I created a bay area and am trying to create a lowered ceiling in that area to not affect the roof trusses but everything I try doesn't work. What i'm trying to create is similar to the photo below. Any help is appreciated, Thanks
  10. Yes Suite 2020 does have wall niche and thanks for the tip it worked great. One follow-on question, while I can create the niches in the 3d view and the open object allows me to dimension them including distance from floor, I cant find any way of exact horizontal placement so everything aligns both vertically and horizontally. Any tips? Thanks,
  11. Hi, can anyone guide me to the process to create a wall with built in shelves such as the attached. I've looked everywhere in this program but can't find anything. I have Home Designer Suite 2020. Thanks