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    Cool Demo infill still shows in new window

    Why does the infill wall show where the old window was demolished in the new window?

    The old window was drawn on the existing phase, demolished in the new construction phase and the new window was added in the new construction phase. I've had this happen before and just moved the window back and forth and the infill disappeared.
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    Default Re: Demo infill still shows in new window

    Check that your phase filter is set to show complete.
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    Default Re: Demo infill still shows in new window

    Thanks... beegee I will check that when I get back in the office on Monday

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