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alexlovelady

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Please be more specific about what you want to do. 


 


And let us know which title you are using -- see below -- it's key to answering many questions including this one.


 


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The built in Help System (always a good place to start)

 


 


 


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Like solver said you have to be more specific.

 

Generally, you change the material to glass...

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In Home Designer Pro 2016, on the Casing panel, there's a "Curved Wall Casing" setting.  Had to double check the Help button to understand what each of the settings were for.
 

Curved Wall Casing - This section is enabled if the window is placed in a curved wall.

  • Straight - Both window sash and casing are straight.

    Straight casing may not fit properly into a wall if the window is too wide or the curvature of the wall, too tight.

     
  • Radial - The sides of the casing or jambs are inserted in the wall at an angle that passes through the center of the curve.
     
  • Parallel - The sides of the casing are inserted in the wall at a right angle to the line tangent to the curved wall at the center of the window.  Normally, parallel casing has a straight sash. Radial casing is more like traditional curved windows, and typically has a curved sash.

Is this what you're asking about?

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