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OldmanFreeman

Adding an interior wall is doing strange things!

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I am designing my shop and have encountered a strange thing. When I add a wall to define the office and bathroom the floor structure changes in that room as does the window elevation.

Without the wall: 59232403_ScreenShot2018-11-05at1_27_58PM.thumb.png.57dead9df42b764eeaeda74558490b55.png

With the wall: 1428669247_ScreenShot2018-11-05at1_29_00PM.thumb.png.a23d5908f83e6044543a6202118c88d1.png

 

I have deleted the plumbing fixtures thinking maybe the program was trying to make space for plumbing but that did not help.

 

 

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Looks like you added an exterior wall. Try with an interior wall and see what that does.

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Thanks Rookie65, but all interior walls are "Interior-6" and all exterior walls are "Siding-6". I did try an "Interior-4" and had the same results. If I delete that one wall, the floor and window jump to the correct locations.

 

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This should be obvious ;)

 

Look at the Structure settings for the room with the unwanted floor structure.

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If you want the space to match the rest of the building, either make the Office room type match your Garage room type, or tell the program it is a Garage, but change the room label to Office.

 

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Solver...once again you come to the rescue. You helped me with some issues on my house plan a few months ago. The house is in construction now. I appreciate your help.

 

Thanks,

 

Steve

 

 

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