I have a wall definition that shows the concrete cap correctly until I rake the wall and then the stone goes above the concrete cap.
concrete cap on a raked wall
Posted 27 August 2018 - 01:49 PM
Well that seems to work. Even though it was concrete "a" and "b" there was still some internal conflict. Same for the stone. I made one stone "man made" and one stone "natural" and it was still giving me fits. it wasn't until I used other materials that it acted ok. I made one side a solid wood beam and one of them a log A. Thanks for all your help... Hopefully softplan will work on fixing this one, it would be nice to not have to use so many different materials when sloping a wall.
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Posted 28 August 2018 - 06:29 AM
Thanks for all your help.
I was mainly trying to diagnose the problem for softplan so they can tackle the issue and hopefully bring a fix. It appears to me that when you have two concrete materials or two stone materials in a single wall definition they will conflict with each other when the top of the wall is raked. Even if you have one as concrete "a" and the other concrete "b"... or stone-man made and stone-natural. When sloping the top of a wall they will slope at different angles. It's not too noticeable at a shallower angle but becomes more pronounced at a steeper pitch.
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