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Interior walls partially changing to siding Designer Suite 2014

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If I reverse layers, the outside of the house has drywall in this area.  If I use the paint can, same thing.   I looked at the old forum, but the commands are not the same.

 

I have the same issue in the garage where the second floor wall on the interior of the garage is siding, and the rest of the garage is drywall.  If I change the siding to drywall, the rooms upstairs have siding on them instead of drywall.

 

Thanks for your help,

Armand

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the pdf make it look like the sloped ceiling is shingle not the wall or did I see it wrong? 

 

perhaps post the plan so some can look at it for you as I don't have 2014

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Thanks for the response.  It is a cathedral ceiling in the bedroom that has been clipped, the portion of the wall that has the shingles is  bottom of the second floor bedroom wall that intersects the roof line.

 

I posted the plan below and it is the master bedroom on floor 1

first floor outline.plan rev 3.plan

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I'm just guessing, but from what I see I think your only option is to cover the upper wall with a very thin soffit.

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Unfortunatey, that works for the interior, but iif you have an angled ceiling then it cuts through the roof and you see it on the outside

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Who sez you can't use more than 1 soffit (smaller)??   If Suite 14 has shapes in the library,  use a wedge (made small & thin) up where the ceiling begins to slope.

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don't have 2014 to look for you but try using an angled soffit for the angled area not a normal soffit , splitting your screen with a 3d view so you can see what happens to the soffit as you set the front and back measurement, makes it easier to do. but no reason you cant use two like JoAnn said too.

If you are lucky Rich will see this thread and have a look for you ;)

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Thanks All,

Will try the above.  Am a new user and the software is a bit complicated for me currently.

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Unless 'sloped soffits' was added to Suite 2014, that has never been an option for HD Suite.

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Apologies , JoAnn maybe right , forgot you were using Suite, I am using Pro.<br /><br />M.

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