Detached Toe Base selection

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Wally Schneeberger
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Postby Wally Schneeberger » Sat, Dec 30 2006, 4:30PM

Brian Rowland wrote:while on the subject...

I cannot for the life of me figure out how to make the front toe be in front of the sleepers. I've fiddled around with insets and flushes and I'm stumped.

I basically want what the jpeg in Wally's post shows. Should be simple, but...der...i guess i'm simpler.


Brian -- Here is the settings. It took me a little while too. Also I just set all my cabs and then resize to fit the runs.
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Postby Rick Palechuk » Sat, Dec 30 2006, 4:56PM

I've taken your idea to the next level Joe. Four stretcher parts to make up a complete base, and resizable too.
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Postby Joe Dusel » Sat, Dec 30 2006, 6:12PM

Thanks Rick. I just wanted to have something that makes designing a room full of cabinets a bit easier, and this work around should do the trick until Version 6 comes out. 8)

Yes, adding more stretchers does give you the sides as well, but I mostly need the fronts except for the end of a row of cabinets.

Now, if we can just come up with an easy way to drop a sink into a countertop without having to first edit a hole in it...

Joe

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Postby Brian Rowland » Sat, Dec 30 2006, 7:26PM

Thanks for the help everyone.

After looking at the settings on your detached toes, I realized why I was confused.

The detached base doesn't actually have a front toe, it's just a stretcher. The front toe has to be added in front of that stretcher. I didn't realize that before.

All makes sense now.

Thanks again.
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Postby Rick Palechuk » Sat, Dec 30 2006, 8:16PM

This is going to help speed things up at my end too. :)


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