Conestoga doors ignore partition and doors overlap

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Conestoga doors ignore partition and doors overlap

Postby Forrest Chapman » Sat, Dec 27 2014, 11:52PM

I've tried this every way I could think of with the same results. For testing sake start with a standard frameless cabinet. Take the cabinet into shelf editor and add a partition.
Go to door editor and select a conestoga door and drawer front.
Select the standard dovetail drawer box.
Select an opening and add a drawer box with front. It doesn't seem to matter what settings are applied.
Select an opening and add the left and right door.
All the gaps should look right whatever the are set to until you go back to main screen. You will see the fronts overlap on the partition. This only is the case if you are using conastoga fronts with a drawer box. If you use slab fronts with a box, no problem.

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Re: Conestoga doors ignore partition and doors overlap

Postby Mark McCallum » Tue, Dec 30 2014, 5:54PM

Hi Forrest
I was going to report this one as well.
I had the same thing happen with slab doors.
All seems good untill you leave the door and drawer editor.
I found the drawer box lost its side insets on the partition side as well, I think it was working off the center of the partition rather than from the face.

I was in a hurry at the time so we just left it and did it another way.
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Re: Conestoga doors ignore partition and doors overlap

Postby Leo Graywacz » Fri, Jan 02 2015, 12:04PM

I just had this happen in a FF cabinet. Looked good in the CE but brought it out to MAIN and then the doors shrunk leaving a large margin gap. I changed the texture of the door to match the FF and then the gap went to normal.
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Re: Conestoga doors ignore partition and doors overlap

Postby Leo Graywacz » Fri, Jan 02 2015, 1:01PM

Yep, it's happening on a few of my cabinets. I was wrong about the matching color fixing it. Seems to have reverted back to the big space. Seems sorta random. Some doors/drawers do it, some don't

I have a drawer and double door in the same cabinet (with 2 other pairs of doors). The drawer is fine while the double door has the big margin on the right side.
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Re: Conestoga doors ignore partition and doors overlap

Postby Forrest Chapman » Mon, Jan 05 2015, 12:48PM

I'm also now getting very random results. It seemed all my cabs with slab doors on them worked until I did a upsize on a wall cabinet and noticed the gap between them got larger. It seems to be related to the partition.

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Re: Conestoga doors ignore partition and doors overlap

Postby Scott G Vaal » Tue, Jan 06 2015, 10:05AM

Gentlemen,

I have reproduced this issue and have it listed. We will get it resolved as soon as possible.
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Re: Conestoga doors ignore partition and doors overlap

Postby Leo Graywacz » Tue, Jan 06 2015, 11:20AM

Thanks
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