Ive had this problem a few times. the wall covering is there - but sometimes doesnt show up properly on elevation. In the past I've had to draw a line manually to show where the wall ends - but its adding in more work - and potential for errors. is there a way that I can see the wall
Ive attahced 2 pics. the fisrt one is of what displays on elevation view. the second is when ive selected the wall it actually shows meeting at the soffit - but doesnt show like that on elevation view :'(
Could it be your wall outline pen is set to white?
Gerald "The simplification of anything is always sensational" GKC AC 25-4013 USA, CadImage Tools 2019 MacBook Pro 16" w/ AMD Radeon Pro 5600M GPU OS X 11.6 2.4 Ghz 8 core i9, 64 GB RAM 27" LG 5K Monitor
Hi - no the wall outline is set to grey. I realized that if i changed my trims to have a rectangular profile - it showed up the corners - but i don't want rectangular profiled trims for this job. haha im not sure what else i could change in the settings?
Ive figured it out! So, the wall coverings I had on the walls was a vertical weatherboard with a groove in the cladding. The groove on some of the walls was falling right on the corner so this was why the corners were showing up on some elevations but not others. I just offset the cladding in Wall Covering Settings -> Coverings-> Reference Origin and now the corners show up