how do you bypass "unstable cabinet"

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how do you bypass "unstable cabinet"

Postby ian bacchet » Mon, Apr 15 2013, 12:39AM

hello i would like to know how to disable the function that dosent let youy change a shape of a cabinet, telling you it will cause an unstable cabinet?
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Re: how do you bypass "unstable cabinet"

Postby ian bacchet » Mon, Apr 15 2013, 9:16AM

what i am trying to do is take a corner base module and make it in 2 pieces, because 1 peice corner module is not practical at all for transportation

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Re: how do you bypass "unstable cabinet"

Postby Daniel Odom » Mon, Apr 15 2013, 9:32AM

I think you would have to design it as an assembly of two cabinets.

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Re: how do you bypass "unstable cabinet"

Postby ian bacchet » Mon, Apr 15 2013, 1:02PM

ya but i wanted to be able to have the back like the corner cabinets, but i am unable to modify ordinary base cabinets like that.


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