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    Hi guys I have 2 problems! The first one is on the left part , if I remove the to end at the back of the brick, since the roof line is closer to the building than the rest, the roof comes into 2 parts with different heights.. I want the roof to go around the bricks but with the same slope.. And the 2nd problem is on the right, I don't know why but there is no way I can join the 2 side walls of this little part to the roof, if I join 1 side the other one doesnt want to join... why is it doing so?
    thank you very much for your help!

    Midaz
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    And if I want to do the walls on the side, do I absolutelty need to do it manually ? cause if I want to cover teh entire space between the roof and the 2nd roof, I have to put a wall that goes almost to the middle of my room which is not logical.. is there a way to do it so I don't lose too much space inside? and do you have a trick to make the lines of the triangle perfectly place?
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      #3
      For problem #1, just use a single line to define the slope, e.g. uncheck "defines slope" for the line that's closer to the building. For problem #2, you should be able to attach the wall to the roof. Make sure when using the attach wall command that you select "base" before selecting the roof.

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        #4
        for the #1, the problem then is I dont have offset on my garage which I need to ventilate my roof... and for the problem 2 this is exactly what I am doing which is strange

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          #5
          For #1, are you able to provide a plan view with a line representing what you are trying to accomplish? For #2, is the roof sketch extending under the side wall? Can you post a pic of the 2nd floor plan with the roof in edit mode?

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              #7
              For #1, uncheck "defines slope" on the wall behind the stone. For #2 I misunderstood the original problem; however, I am unable to replicate the issue. Make sure you are attaching the "top" to the upper roof. If the problem persists, you can divide the roof into two parts, one for each side and try to attach the walls then.

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                #8
                awesome, I love you percer! you are awesome thank you very much! It is really appreciated!

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                  #9
                  Well actually the problem persist, it is mostly because the line behind the brick is not at the same distance, I will just use the bric to hide the roof on this part thanks anyway <3

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                    #10
                    Well actually the problem persist, it is mostly because the line behind the brick is not at the same distance, I will just use the bric to hide the roof on this part thanks anyway <3

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