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Wed, Oct 29, 2014 at 9:11:18 PM | Copying a wall problem! (Same floor and everything)

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For some reason when I copy a wall from point A to B it changes the elevation from going from Basement to First Floor to going from First Floor @ -13'-0" to First Floor. Why is this???? I have cuts out of the wall that I need to make and it's only making things weird when it goes from First Floor to First Floor


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Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 12:26:59 PM | Copying a wall problem! (Same floor and everything)

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What is the work plane of your view?

If the wall should relate to the basement, then copy it from a basement view, not the first floor.

 

In most cases, the host of the wall is not important.  It will still schedule and perform correctly.


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Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 3:26:25 PM | Copying a wall problem! (Same floor and everything)

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I am copying it from the basement floor and moving it to the basement floor. It's just weird and when I was trying to edit it and do the wall cuts, it would delete the wall cuts because they didn't work in the same level


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Thu, Oct 30, 2014 at 3:41:29 PM | Copying a wall problem! (Same floor and everything)

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Show us the properties of the wall you are copying.  I bet it is the same as your copy.

 

One of the problems some new users have is how they create their plans.  Sometimes, thinking like CAD, they copy another plan, name with the next level name then change the view range.   It doesn't sound like you did that but we have seen that cause similar problems in the past.


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Wed, Nov 19, 2014 at 4:40:50 PM | Copying a wall problem! (Same floor and everything)

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So it keeps happening still. These are the same wall and properties but when I copy them from one location to the next it does this. This also happens with furniture and fixtures and everything that is copied from one to the next. Please help



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Wed, Nov 19, 2014 at 4:43:10 PM | Copying a wall problem! (Same floor and everything)

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Maybe the only thing that was changed was that I made the second longer. Nothing else. So that's not an issue. I just wanted to post on here photos of two walls that don't have anything in them and are supposed to be going up to the first floor and have the chamfers out of them.


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