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Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 9:11:56 PM | walls slightly off axis?

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I have searched the forums and have not found a sure answer on how I can find thewalls that are "off axis" is the some sort of check I can run or a filter I can use to isolate or Identify these walls?


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Thu, Jan 15, 2009 at 11:06:36 PM | walls slightly off axis?

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Hey, go to tools-->review warnings (down the bottom)--> then you'll see "wall is slightly off axis" and all the walls that are off axis will show up in a drop down menu. Expand the menu and you'll see something like "Walls: Basic Wall...ID 12345". Just click on it and it will turn orange, but if you can't see it just click "Show" in the bottom left hand corner. Keep cycling views (click show) until it shows up if you can't see it the first time. Hope this helps =)

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