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I have noticed that cabinets downloaded from eCabinets have a front toe kick panel. Is there a way to add a back toe kick panel? If not is there anyone out there that would like an option button added to the program that gives this option? I prefer to have the front and back toe added to the cut lis...
Ok, Joplin has a 3/4 mile wide by 6 mile long path of destruction running through the center of the city. Emergency Management is doing a great job with organization. The citizens however are in shock and lots of people wandering almost aimlessly through the city. Thousands now homeless. Death toll ...
- Sat, Feb 12 2011, 5:51PM
- Forum: eCabinet Systems Software
- Topic: Change Door Wood Species
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Someone please tell me how to change wood species on doors. I am trying to make and save a shaker door in Alder. I can set the door the way I want it but when I try to change the wood it only allows Oak, cherry and maple, I think. So, how do I add alder to the list?
Good grief. I'll take the snow. When I lived in Arkansas we got a lot of ice. That stuff is scary. It is heavy on the trees and power lines. We had a black out one night with an ice storm. I had 10 pine trees in my front yard. We sat in the dark in the living room and listened to what seemed like a ...
Just thought I would share a couple photos of snow. This is the deepest I have seen it in Joplin. The drift next to the house is as tall as the railing which is 3' and 1' above the ground. The pile in the front is 4' deep. Notice the snow next to the vehicles. I shoveled yesterday and now you can't ...
Does anyone use sliding cabinet door hardware? If so, what is your favorite? I have a cabinet that will have a single slide set of doors. They will not be passing. Any suggestions? I have found several kinds but I am not sure which is best. I am looking for long wear as well as nice look. Thanks, John
You may want to re-post this in the eCabinets System Software forum. You will get answers quicker. This forum is just for design sharing. Software questions are in the other one. Try there.
- Thu, Nov 18 2010, 10:15PM
- Forum: Customer Images
- Topic: Cherry Fireplace Surround
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Cherry fireplace surround. Minwax Red Mahogany stain. The mantle shelf is a solid piece of cherry that is 2" thick, 8" wide and 80" long. Sure had fun building it.