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#1 Mike Adams

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Posted 06 November 2021 - 12:29 PM

Anyone know how to get of the fascia "points" that are coming thru the roof?

 

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#2 Sam Morgan

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Posted 06 November 2021 - 12:53 PM

do you have a hole drawn somewhere there?  If so, edit it and uncheck add softti/facia



#3 Mike Adams

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Posted 06 November 2021 - 01:18 PM

No ..no hole there



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Posted 06 November 2021 - 01:19 PM

rid of the fascia points..brain is dead



#5 Jim Johnson

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Posted 08 November 2021 - 04:56 AM

Did you resolve this?  Are you sure it's not the wall?  If it's a multi height wall, reset it and then fit to roof or fit to soffit.  If your roof edge is set to provide gable end, it could be that also.  Turn it off and use fit to roof or fit to soffit.



#6 Mike Adams

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Posted 08 November 2021 - 06:07 AM

I sent in a ticket.  Not resolved.  I think it is the wall as well.  Set and re-set wall to roof and wall to soffit.  Multiple times.  Roof edge is not set to gable end ,but did try that. 

Probably something simple, but I can't find it.



#7 Mark Petri

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Posted 08 November 2021 - 09:45 AM

Try adjusting tops of walls to see if it makes a difference.


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#8 Mike Adams

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Posted 08 November 2021 - 12:53 PM

Thanks to all.  It was the soffit on the gable end.  I erased that and it went away.

Mike



#9 Mark Petri

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Posted 08 November 2021 - 01:04 PM

Ah, yes, the darn soffit. doesn't always like to play well with other parts of the model.


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#10 Chris Proost

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Posted 08 November 2021 - 01:50 PM

When I have things like this happen, I click on the SURFACE EDIT command and then click on the suspect object. This will at least tell me what the material is that is wonky and then I'm able to narrow down the list of potential objects in the model to address and correct.



#11 Mike Adams

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Posted 09 November 2021 - 05:10 AM

Seems that way Mark.  The give away was when I increased the oh on the gable from 3'' to 12'' and the points turned into a wide flat curving surface.

 

Thanks Chris, that is what I stumbled on, did and it worked...so I unchecked it.

 

Also  FYI...TS suggested that on a convex roof profile, to put the high side on the left instead of the right where I had it ?

Onward and upward



#12 Mark Petri

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Posted 09 November 2021 - 09:17 AM

Mike, if you change the profile to have the high side on the left does the soffit work? Curious about that one. It is interesting how profiles work in certain instances.


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#13 Mike Adams

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Posted 09 November 2021 - 11:16 AM

Mark,  has no effect on eliminating the soffit poking thru. I believe its because the profile goes from ridge to eave and with the 3'' oh you don't notice so I un-checked it.  If I had rolled only the bottom third or even half it probably wouldn't' have bleed thru.  It has never happened before, but I hadn't ever created a profile to goes from ridge to eave.



#14 Mark Petri

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Posted 09 November 2021 - 03:15 PM

Good to know Mike. I don't use roof or ceiling profiles often. I have used ceilings for soffits a lot though. Then I can control the look and shape separate from the roof. Now that we are able to offset soffits it adds some more realism, but often when I am working with odd roof overhangs soffits still do not work correctly at some portion of the roof.


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