Back Inset Problem

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Kerry Fullington
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Back Inset Problem

Postby Kerry Fullington » Fri, Jun 12 2020, 9:42AM

Open eCabinets
Go to the Cabinet Editor
Choose the Standard Base Framed
In the cabinet editor go to Construction Settings then the Back Tab
Un-Check the Has Back Box
Return to the Cabinet Editor and save this cabinet somewhere as Back Test
Go to Custom Layout
Draw a 144" Wall
Place two of the Back Test Cabinets on the wall
Select the cabinet on the right and press E on your keyboard to take it to the Cabinet Editor
Go to Construction Settings then the Back Tab
Enter .75 as the back inset
Return to the Cabinet Editor
Return to the room and choose yes to save the changes
Select the cabinet on the left and press E on your keyboard to take it to the Cabinet Editor
Go to the back tab
This cabinet shows the .75 in Back inset that was entered on the first cabinet.

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Troy Hollinshead
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Re: Back Inset Problem

Postby Troy Hollinshead » Fri, Jun 12 2020, 1:22PM

Does the same for me.

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Re: Back Inset Problem

Postby Clint Buechlein » Wed, Jun 17 2020, 8:53AM

Thanks Kerry, I'll get it reported to the software engineers.

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