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Plinth outer measurment

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Yes, the plinth always follows the bottom by default,

Please see this video to show you 2 solutions

1st solution by creating grooves on the sides

2n solution I recommend is to create a filler with the floor but to work you can't use the external zone in the cabinet mode.

All the best, Alexandre

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It appears in this drawing that the plinth is not "outer" of the whole furniture, it looks at it is positioned in line with the bottom.

Please see attached, what is the solution to get it on the ends? We are going to build it in between two walls, see attached file named Peis vegg (fireplace wall).




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