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Ness

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August 7, 2017 - 7:25 am
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Hi Peter,

Happy to see that you have found a solution.

Sorry to get back so late but half of our team is actually on holiday and I was away last week so it’s been a bit hectic..

To add elevation views to a project print out you can use the Files>Partial views command:

partial-views.pngImage Enlarger

You can see more information on using this in the “Multiviews in a Workshop Document” video here:

https://wooddesigner.org/suppo…..ject-mode/

All the best,

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Too late, I’ve worked it out 🙂 

final question, with a sloped top is it not possible to add an elevation?

pete 

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ok, I’ve found the video explaining how to do angled walls which is perfect but I’m still confused about how to angle the top without going from corner to corner. The ‘walk-in wardrobe’ example has an angled cabinet for the ceiling which seems to have a ‘top 1’ and a ‘top 2’ but I cant seem to modify them independently. I need to make a sloped cabinet which has a flat top for 400mm and then the slope begins. It’s probably simple but I cant get my head around it.

Please help! 🙂

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Hi

i’m trying to do a layout for a loft room with an angled ceiling. I’ve found the walk in wardrobe model which is very similar to what I want to create but I cant work out how to change the dimensions of the roof!

Also, is it possible to add angled walls to match the roof?

Can anyone help?

thanks in advance

Pete

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