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Location: 06 Wood & Plastic/Trim & Moulding Exactly like the other recent panel objects. This one is a parallelogram suitable for going along stairs. It's a window, and should be used with a thin wall. The height is the height of the vertical sides, not the overall height. The slope can be set either by entering the angle or the
Location: 06 Wood & Plastic/Trim & Moulding Identical to Trim Panel JM9 and Trim Panel Ceiling JM9, except it's a skylight. And since it's a skylight, it can only be rectangular. (Q: Why don't you give the ceiling version a slope parameter, then we could subtract from roofs and have all the shapes? A: Good idea, but you can only
Location: 06 Wood & Plastic/Trim & Moulding Identical to Trim Panel JM9, except it's an object instead of a window, and it lays flat. It's for putting panels in slabs, for ceilings. No, it can't actually cut the hole. You have to do that, using SEOs. Target: slab, operator: panel object. Subtract with downwards extrusion. (There is evidence of a
Location: 06 Wood & Plastic/Trim & Moulding Actually a window. For placing panels in a thin wall, which would be the casing. Use a 1" thick wall for 5/4x, and 3/4" for 1x. The object is based on Panel Hole JAM9. The difference is the addition of other shapes. This renders obsolete Panel Hole Int Trapezoid. Each shape can point
Location: 08a Windows A window for placing a wall of screen panels at once. The vertical panels are limited to 3. The rail height and the transom height can be set where these panels are used. These two heights are also graphically editable in 3D, so you can line them up with railings or doors. You can have any number