A symbol's orientation, origin, 2D block, name, and other characteristics can be adjusted in its Symbol Specification dialog.
Create a manual box window by drawing walls for the bump out, adjusting floor and ceiling heights, using a doorway for the opening and generating the roof.
Having an area that is to small to accommodate a certain object will result in this message displaying.
When a cross section/elevation view is created, Chief Architect generates lines to represent the edges of objects that the camera is passing through.
These messages will display when you click in a location that does not allow the program to determine which wall of a room should be used to center the object.
Create objects using a variety of tools such as soffits, slabs, polyline solids, molding polylines and 3d molding polylines.
Many objects can be moved from one location to another without restrictions by holding down the Ctrl key on your keyboard.
Paintings and other images can be applied as a material to the inner portion of a picture frame and then displayed on a wall or in a frame on a desk.
An apron sink, which has a finished front surface that extends past the counter, can be placed into a base cabinet by following these steps.
To move, rotate, or otherwise edit an object slowly when using its edit handles, select the object and then click the Accurate Move edit button.