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    Default Room areas to fill niches

    Sometimes I see people asking how to make the area of a room go all the way into a window niche, instead of stopping at the line fo the wall above.

    This can be done in two ways that I know of:
    * by putting your window into a special piece of wall which has the desired depth in the 'host' wall
    * by removing the section of wall and replacing it with a Curtain Wall

    I hope that helps someone!

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    Default Re: Room areas to fill niches

    Quote Originally Posted by Duncan Lithgow View Post
    Sometimes I see people asking how to make the area of a room go all the way into a window niche, instead of stopping at the line fo the wall above.

    This can be done in two ways that I know of:
    * by putting your window into a special piece of wall which has the desired depth in the 'host' wall
    * by removing the section of wall and replacing it with a Curtain Wall

    I hope that helps someone!

    2017-03-10_1357.png
    Good tip! Thanks!

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