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Adding Rooms - no surface, just walls

proskairos
proskairos 2008-11-24 16:42

In one of my projects, when I try to add a room all I get are the walls – no floor surface. I am starting from a corner, and have tried several different corners and tried to add rooms in several different directions. No luck.

This is annoying because I will have to start a new project and redraw everything, after spending all day getting this rooms (dimensions, doors, etc.) figured out right.

I checked one of my other projects – and I am not having this problem there. Just the one named RC Kids Bedrooms.

gertjan@floorplanner.com
gertjan@floorplanner.com 2008-11-27 10:13

Hi there, I’ve taken a look at your project and your rooms seem to be fine. Are you still having problems with the rooms?

janmeesters
janmeesters 2009-02-17 02:40

I have the same problem. Walls and no surface. How can you add surface?

SysRun
SysRun 2009-03-27 15:25

Same Problem here.

In my Dashboard i see the surfacecolors. After loading an Floorplan the some ofe the surfaces an captions are gone…

Anonymous
Anonymous 2009-06-01 06:52

Same problem here! Makes the system unusable to be honest, I am 80% done and now I have this problem and can’t finish my design :(

Floorplanner staff
Floorplanner staff 2009-07-24 08:56

We solved a bug in the automatic room recognition. No more unwanted area’s appearing when moving or deleting walls. If there still is an old one left; try to remove all area’s on top of it by clicking on them; you should get a small room menu. clicking the “i” icon for the big room properties menu, then on the trash bin to delete. repeat it until all unwanted rooms are gone, then drag a wall to get a new room surface. If a problem with new rooms still occurs, (although unlikely now) you can allways draw one yourself with the surface tool, second icon in the construction menu.

kind regards,

Nico

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Anonymous 2012-01-23 04:08


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