Keith_K Posted November 21, 2015 Share Posted November 21, 2015 ...I get a few small but irritating problems. I know it is suggested that only one query be posted per topic considering that mine are probably quite simple to solve I am going to chance my arm and post them all together on the same topic if you don't mind. 1. It is possible on the window specs to set the inset so that the window sits in the centre of the frame. I can't find a similar option for doors so how do I stop the floor finish from one room bleeding into another? 2. The material used for the exterior window casing is bleeding through into the (different) material used for the interior casing. I tried using the dropper thing which did fix the problem visually but the found that it then changed the exterior sandstone casing to timber as well. How do I stop this? 3. I have turned off the display in 2D of all things to do with roofs as they just get in the way. I have a strange dotted line left on my plan after doing so which I can't click on and delete. Anyone know what this is? 4. The system is not following my material settings. All the interior walls of the vestibule are set as Whipped Cream but in 3D they show as exterior brick walls. Similarly it will not change the floor material of the deck to the one I have specified and insists on using what I assume is the default deck flooring material. My graphic card driver is up to date but nothing I do forces the system to follow what I want. Any suggestions? 5. I have two pocket doors leading to dressing rooms. When I set the first door into the wall I was able to swing it around so that it opened in the opposite direction to what it initially showed. I used the little "arrow" handle to do this. However I am unable to swing the second pocket door around using either the handle or the transform replicate function. And last but not least... 6. Since I changed to Windows 10 I have been having problems with the cursor pointer that appears when I am wanting to move things. It doesn't allow me to move things accurately as I am unable to centre on the dot which appears and it takes several operations to get things right. I don't think that I am dreaming that before Win10 the cursor pointer was totally different and much easier to use to what I have been seeing since. Is there some way that I can specify a type of cursor? Michelle 15.11.15.plan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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