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wall framing elevation

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24 x 36 garage.

 

I am trying to do generate the wall framing elevations. When I do a cross section elevation of any of the exterior walls, I am also getting the framing for the opposite wall. How do I get just the framing for the one wall?

 

I have spent hours adjusting the display options for the camera, the plan etc every combination possible and can not get the opposite wall out of the picture.

 

When I do a cross section elevation of the wall from the inside, I can get the framing for just the wall that I want, however it is in reverse of what I need. I can send this reverse image to a layout, once on the layout it looks like you can do everything possible to this image except flip it to a reverse position. 

 

Home Designer Pro 2018

build 19.3.1.8x64

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Try using the "backclipped cross section" drop down in the section option. That will let you limit the depth of the view, which may be what you are looking to do.

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As Rookie 65 suggested the back-clip crosssection camera is your tool of choice, Where you left-click establishes your camera viewpoint and where you release the mouse determines how far you see from that viewpoint. Try it and see for yourself.

 

DJP

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