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    Baseboard Automatic Cut by Door Frame?

    Wall sweep basboard goes to door opening, rather than stopping at door frame. It is usually fine since it is relatively easy to move the blue grip dot back to door frame although it is quite annoying.

    When one side of door frame is right up against, it gets tricky. Since there is leftover wall, just the door frame width, there will be baseboard inside door frame. I can't get rid of this short baseboard.

    The best solution would be to find an automatic way to have door frame automatically cut wall sweep baseboard. Is it possible?

    Thank you.

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    Not quite sure what you are after but does the "default setback" in the wall sweeps type properties help you. you can give it a positive or negative value
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    Mark Balsom

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      #3
      Thank you. There are times we change door frame design more than a few times for a project. Every time door frame width gets changed, I have to change the baseboard default set back. I wish there were a way to control baseboard setback by a subcategory of door, door frame.

      I meant door molding, by door frame by the way. Sorry for the confusion.

      Another question I have is, is it possible to join door molding and baseboard?
      Last edited by Inthemood; June 3, 2013, 06:36 AM.

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        #4
        Originally posted by mark b View Post
        Not quite sure what you are after but does the "default setback" in the wall sweeps type properties help you. you can give it a positive or negative value
        holy crap I never knew that existed!! :thumbsup:
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