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    Dropped basement floor for media room

    I have our plan in Home Designer Arc 2016, but I cannot figure out how to reflect that the basement walls were poured at a different height in once section (11' as opposed to 10' everywhere else) where the media room/golf simulator is being located. A little help would be greatly appreciated. File and drawing attached. Doc2.pdf Bonn.plan
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    Wandering sidewalks and varying shapes

    Lol, yeah, ended up using rectangular garden stones and using breakpoints and line to arch. Seems to be working, holding terrain. Thanks for the reply nonetheless!
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    Wandering sidewalks and varying shapes

    I am trying to create sideways of varying archs and widths to create our landscape design. It seems I cannot create a connect poly shape to a solid surface (don't even see that as an option once a poly is drawn) and the sidewalk tools create fairly rigid shapes and when they are connected changing the width does the whole length. It is a paver walkway with a few half circles, connection points, etc. Tried a slab as well but that doesn't follow terrain elevation What is the best/easiest way to create this? Thanks in advance, drawing attached. I'm using home designer architectural 2016. Image attached.
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    Wondering sideways with varying widths

    First and foremost, thank you for taking the time to respond. I'm using 2016 Home Designer Architectural. I tried making a slab but that too doesn't seem to follow terrain.....
  5. I am trying to create sideways of varying archs and widths to create our landscape design. It seems I cannot create a connect poly shape to a solid surface and the sidewalk tools create fairly rigid shapes and when they are connected changing the width does the whole length. It is a paver walkway with a few half circles, connection points, etc. What is the best/easiest way to create this? Thanks in advance, drawing attached.