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    Default How to extend top or base of a wall layer when the wall ends wrapped and not joined to other wall?

    Hi,

    I tried to figure out this by searching webs but I couldn't find answer.

    My situation is below.

    1. There are two walls meet at the corner and sit on slab.
    2. Both walls are different types and are not joining. (Disallow Join)
    3. Ends of one of the wall set to wrap. (Wrapping at Ends - Exterior)
    4. And, the external layer (brick) of that wall extended to the bottom of the slab (Base Extension Distance = Thickness of slab)

    My problem is, when I did above process the wrapped part (ends) of the external wall layer didn't extend to the bottom of the slab. Images are attached.

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    Anyone knows how to fix this problem? I appreciate you in an advance for the help.

    K.
    Last edited by architekz.188213; 2013-01-22 at 09:22 PM.

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