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How do you get this effect for the windows on the side(s) of the entry door.

 

I tried with glass walls, but it just made things look ugly.

 

Thanks

 

 

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post your plan so we can play with a few ideas and see if they work....

 

M.

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First make sure you are using a masonry wall type (brick-6?).

Open the window dialog box, and choose double hung or double hopper type window.

Set the 'movable size'  to maybe 24"?

Open the casing tab, and set to 0" (delete the D, too), both interior and exterior.

If you have lites showing, move to the lites tab and remove them.

On the materials tab, change the interior trim and exterior trim, to whatever you have showing on the interior and exterior walls.

If you are using a double hopper type window, you might want to alter the middle sash (in the sash tab)   :)

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FYI:

Don't turn the casing off and set the size to the smallest measurements your version will allow ,eg 1/16th or 1/8 , in the newer versions I am finding making them 0" or Off causes the Frame (Jamb) to "flicker" in 3D views which I don't remember in V.10.

you could also try the recess to sheathing or main layer options too.

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Thanks guys, both steps works, just to easy LOL..

 

I should have said frameless instead of caseless.

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