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Editing interior wall height

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I know there  is most likely a simple answer.  I have ben trying for 4 hours to determine how I can build

a 10" high interior wall.  There are only 3 walls involved so I do not want to change the defaults.  I don't even want to create a new wall.  I just want to edit these walls.

 

Be kind to this Newbe

 

Thanks in  Advance

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if the 3 walls don't make a room , you can not set the ceiling height which controls the wall heights ( and lets you have a roof too)

 

Rooms are very important in this software , so even if you are only doing a Bathroom remodel for eg.  , build 4 outer exterior walls and build your bathroom inside them.

 

M.

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You need to tell us what program you are using first. Then send as a photo of your work or a copy of the plan. Good Luck. Ring support if you need to so they can guide you through your profile. 

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Mick is correct in that three walls does not a room make (no room specification dialog = no control over ceiling height) 

 

But Robyn is also correct in that when you post questions you need to state what software you are using and ideally a copy of your plan or at least an image capture or sketch so we know, exactly what you are talking about.

 

DJP

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3 walls may make a room, 2 curved walls may make a room, but one wall in the shape of a complete circle does not seem to.

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That's correct Eric ...A circle Room must be made up of 2 arcs ,as one arc only does 359° +/-  though I read on Chieftalk you can get it sometimes by dragging the start over the end 4 times but I have not tried it or know why it works....something Yusef_33 came up with.

 

edit rereading you post Eric I am not sure if you were asking a question or stating a fact :)  but hope the above helps someone....

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