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Top overpassing door
February 14, 2018
5:33 pm
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Ness

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Hi Antony and Alex,

If you are setting doors in front of an upright and want the top to over pass the doors you must put the doors on the cabinet before you put the upright in.

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If you put the upright first and then put a door on each side you can’t change the priority of the top / door.

If this doesn’t answer your question can you post a drawing to explain what you are trying to do?

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Ness

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February 14, 2018
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Thank you Alex,

However when we make a upright in the cabinet to divide, we couldn’t overpass or underpass the doors top edge…. Is there a way to do that…?

cheers

February 14, 2018
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Hi Antony,

Does this example help you?

Select face links with Bottom/Top, and overpassing it

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All the best, Alexandrewink

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Hi Antony,

Some of our team is away for this week so there might be a bit of extra delay in replying to your your question.

Please accept our excuses for this. I will try to reply to your question late on today.

best regards,

Ness

February 14, 2018
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Hi Ness,

I wanted to create a cabinet with the top overpassing the doors like a countertop. I used to do it earlier by making the door underpass the top. But now not able to do it. I think i missed a step or two… can you help

Thanks in advance

Cheers

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