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Wall Misplacement on Stairs463

RenderingSpace private msg quote post Address this user
Anyone else occasionally run into problems with staircase walls?

I've assigned the scans originally to the lower floor but have also tried assigning them to the top floor.

This condo looks a little strange with just one shooting up.
Check out the dollhouse view on the 1st Floor.

Morrison Street
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Jamie private msg quote post Address this user
I see what you mean.
I've had that a few times. MP support just says it's a known problem and they are not sure why it happens.
You can disable the multi floor view if you want, so you see both levels together.
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I have had similar occurrences as well. Not sure what the solution is for the best place to cut off the stairwell. Each home is different and we will want different results. On a large home with a grand entryway and staircase, we will want it to capture it like that. On a condo with a narrow long stairwell it does not look as appealing though.
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