2021-11-0403:43 PM - last edited on 2022-09-2003:25 AM by Gordana Radonic
I was trying the wall framing accessory again today, but still can't figure out how to control the location in relation to the framing cavity; it always comes in offset. Am I missing some obvious control? Is there something special that one needs to do with the wall composite reference line?
I can drag the framing into position, but it resets out of the wall cavity whenever I modify a door or window (and it recalculates).
If anyone has some clues for this issue, I'd greatly appreciate your advice.
Thanks Barry for confirming that the framing accessory doesn't place the framing in the right location and that it's missing an offset control parameter. I wonder if anyone ever uses it...
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If you have moved the generated framing off to the side so you can see it better, and then edit a window or door, perhaps it automatically moves the accessory back to the wall for the sake of regenerating to reflect the changes. ? When it reverts back to be in the wall, it never quite fits either. That is perhaps so you can get a hold of it better to move it back to where you want it ?? In any case, I think the tool is a very nice idea, but it has never been more than just a fun toy for me since it can never do exactly what I want, and as far as I know the framing it generates can not be Scheduled. Can this framing be Scheduled in some way ?