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Quick Trimming Question4062

Joelbcollins private msg quote post Address this user
What would you do/should I do about the space to the top and right of this image? It room is a loft area and the space in question is the data overlooking the floor below and the sloped ceiling. To trim or not to trim?
Thanks in advance!

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Mikesobay private msg quote post Address this user
You could make a copy and try both. I suspect that marking the trim will create problems for the floor that extends beyond the trim, but that's a guess. I had a similar problem marking clerestory windows and had to remove the window markings on the top floor.
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lisahinson private msg quote post Address this user
@Joelbcollins I had a similar situation where the bottom floor extended beyond the top floor and it was not possible to mark windows on the top floor because it caused misaligns below on the bottom floor (and to add something else into the mix... the windows on the top floor were 'normal' about 7' up and then slanted in 45 degrees).. I trimmed the top and it worked great! DUPLICATE the model first though.

Let us know if it worked for you!
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