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  1. Thanks Eric I figured it out from your video. In order for this to work, I needed to have "Connect CAD Segments" enabled. Right hand menu, sixth item from the bottom. That wasn't obvious to me. Maybe it's just me but I think that any spline tool should automatically suggest enabling this feature on or simply turn it on and advise the user that it's now enabled. Thanks again. Alain
  2. terrainSpline.plan Home Designer Pro 2022, build Spline Terrain Curb not working as expected. This has been asked before and there is a training video that clearly demonstrates the spline creation but I can't get it to work. Everything I've tried ends up with separate line segments that act independently. Please see the attached plan. I did get in to work a while back so I know it's possible but for some reason I can no longer get the results I'm expecting. Has anyone found a common cause why some users have had the same issue and then suddenly solved the problem? The solutions people have posted lack some details for me to be able to solve this on my own. Also - I should probably update to the latest version but I'm in the middle of several projects and I can't risk it just yet. I'd appreciate any ideas. Alain terrainSpline.plan
  3. Hello, Re. HomeDesigner Pro 2022 build 23.4.0 Is this normal behavior? It seems to be related to the "Rotate" setting. The walls were auto-generated and I'm now doing manual tweaking. In plan view, if I move a wall stud oriented vertically re. screen (not "A" in the image) then the cursor keys follow the usual pattern as expected. If I move a stud oriented like element "A" in the drawing then the cursor keys are all wrong. "up" becomes "left" "right" becomes "up" "down" becomes "right" "left" becomes "down" If I manually change the dimensions of "A" from 3 1/2 by 1 1/2, to 1 1/2 by 3 1/2, the keys are still acting incorrectly. It seems to be related to rotate but that's not supposed to alter the cursor keys. "The Rotate options let you rotate and align a selected wall stud, blocking, or header within the wall’s framing layer. Select None for the framing member’s Thickness to span the depth of the framing layer; select Flat to Outside to rotate the member 90° and align it with the outside of the framing layer; select Flat to Inside to rotate the member 90° and align it with the inside of the framing layer."